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Mild Weather Drags Natural Gas Prices Lower
Natural gas futures contracts for November delivery fell for the second day. Prices fell by 0.94% and settled at $2.43 per MMBtu on October 16, 2015.
Natural Gas Prices Fall Due to the Rising Natural Gas Inventory
November natural gas futures contracts fell by 2.6% on October 15. Natural gas prices fell due to the larger-than-expected rise in the natural gas inventory.
Why XOP Fell More Than XLE Last Week
The SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP) fell 1.96% in the week ended September 11. XOP tracks an index of 74 American energy companies
XOP’s Losses Exceed XLE’s in the Week Ended August 21
The SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP) lost 9.63% in the week ending August 21.
Why Did XOP Perform Better than XLE Last Week?
The SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP) gained 5.21% in the week ending August 14. XOP tracks an index of 74 American energy companies.
Natural Gas Prices Slip Back from Key Resistance Level
NYMEX-traded natural gas futures contracts for August delivery fell from the key resistance level of $2.90 MMBtu on July 16, 2015
Natural Gas Prices Hit Key Resistance of $2.90 MMBtu
August natural gas futures contracts trading on the NYMEX resumed their rally on Thursday, July 15, 2015.
Natural Gas Prices Fall from the Key Resistance Level
Natural gas prices fell from the key resistance level of $2.90 per MMBtu as of July 14. The rising inventories and warmer weather forecast are impacting prices.
Natural Gas Struggles in a Narrow Range: Last 5 Trading Sessions
Natural gas futures contracts for August delivery settled closer to the key support level of $2.70 MMBtu as of July 1. They’re trading in a narrow range.
XOP Is a Better Trade than Commodity ETFs in June 26 Week
The SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP) fell 0.1% in the week to June 26. XOP tracks an index of 74 US energy companies.
Natural Gas Prices Increase: Led by EIA Inventory Report
June natural gas futures increased by 1.17% on Thursday and settled at $2.94 per MMBtu on May 21. Natural gas prices increased for the first time in last four days.
Power Plants’ Demand Soars: Natural Gas Is above $2.50 per MMBtu
Last week, natural gas in storage increased to 1,629 Bcf from 1,539 Bcf for the week ending April 17—the highest inventory increase since November 2014.
Natural Gas Outlook: First Inventory Build Is Imminent in 2015
The EIA reported that natural gas inventories rose by 12 Bcf in the week ending March 20 to 1.479 trillion cubic feet. This is an astounding increase of 65% YoY.
Penn Virginia sees an activist push from George Soros’ fund
Soros Fund Management revealed a 9.18% ownership stake in Penn Virginia Corporation (PVA), with 6,003,509 shares, via a 13D filing on March 18.
Which major players are investing in the Utica Shale? (Continued)
The Utica Shale has the potential to be a prolific source of hydrocarbons in the US. Read on to find out more about it.