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An oversupply of natural gas is keeping prices low, but Cheniere Energy says it has no problems finding homes for its products.
The natural gas industry has been plagued by low prices over the past year on the back of massive supplies from mega-projects coming online, but there may well be not enough output to meet growing demand in the longer term.
California and Scotland have signed an agreement committing to work with one another to fight climate change.
Elizabeth Spomer, president of Jordan Cove LNG, says the industry will require additional supply by mid-2023.
Nobuo Tanaka, chairman of the Gastech Japan 2017 Consortium, says demand for LNG will decline as reactors come back online but the degree of change remains to be seen.
Jack Fusco, CEO of Cheniere Energy, says LNG price adjustments can be attributed to greater transparency in the LNG markets.
Several factors are conspiring to keep a lid on oil, and could even send prices sharply lower, John Kilduff tells CNBC.
Tesla shares surged as high as $294.15, blowing past a prior high of $291.42, set on Sept. 4, 2014.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at some of the factors driving confidence in the oil and gas sector.
An upgrade in its credit outlook has given war-torn Iraq an unexpected boost on its path to becoming an investment hot spot.
The Islamic State has lost nearly two-thirds of the land it once controlled, leveling a major blow to several critical funding streams.
Oil futures held steady as a rebound in Libyan oil production over the weekend weighed against upbeat economic data from Asia.
Some of the best oil companies to consider investing in are based along the Permian Basin, one analyst told CNBC.
John Kilduff, Again Capital, shares his outlook on oil prices as U.S. shale production increase and the Saudi's resist losing market share.
Plans to mass-produce jet fuel from restaurants' waste kitchen oil will come a step closer in China next year, the SCMP reports.
Scottish wind turbines sent more than 1.2 million megawatt hours of electricity to the National Grid in March, according to new analysis.
TipRanks identified the top analysts covering the commodity sector and their top picks right now.
Oil prices are not capped around $55 but rather are on track to hit $70 per barrel this year, says famed oil investor Pierre Andurand.
Miswin Mahesh, oil analyst at Energy Aspects, discusses OPEC’s deal with cutting production and whether it will continue beyond June.
Miswin Mahesh, oil analyst at Energy Aspects, weighs in on whether interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve have an impact on oil prices.
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