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These energy stocks may be due for a comeback from the natural gas plunge, if history is any guide

CNBC PRO ran a study to discover some of the natural gas stocks that could be due for a relief rally.

Source: CNBC.com

Cheniere co-founder: The US has nat gas advantages

Jim Cramer spoke with energy icon Charif Souki, who said the U.S. can continue to dominate the natural gas space.

Source: CNBC.com

Cheniere Energy co-founder dishes out two ways the US has strong advantages in natural gas

Jim Cramer spoke with energy icon Charif Souki, who said the U.S. can continue to dominate the natural gas space.

Source: CNBC.com

Cheniere Energy co-founder dishes out two ways the US has strong advantages in natural gas

Jim Cramer spoke with energy icon Charif Souki, who said the U.S. can continue to dominate the natural gas space.

Source: CNBC.com

The Pruitt Emails: E.P.A. Chief Was Arm in Arm With Industry

New reports show Scott Pruitt, now the EPA administrator, had close ties with oil and gas producers to reduce environmental regulations. The NYT reports.

Source: The New York Times

Natural gas plunges as meteorologists declare winter is over, El Nino may be coming

Natural gas futures plunged as the prospects for more cold weather in a big swath of the U.S. faded, and traders looked forward to a possible El Nino.

Source: CNBC.com

Futures Now: More pain ahead for natural gas?

The "Futures Now" team discusses the volatility in natural gas with Jackie DeAngelis.

Source: CNBC.com

Energy stocks out of gas?

Crude is stuck in a range. Are energy stocks out of gas? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

Source: CNBC.com

Singapore banks put oil and gas woes behind, but 2017 prospects modest

Troubles in the oil and gas sector may be over for Singapore banks, but economic uncertainties expected to persist through 2017 may hinder growth.

Source: CNBC.com

Mexico to the rescue of U.S. frackers

Falling natural gas prices would be even lower if not for a growing U.S. export market.

Source: CNBC.com