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Crude's gradual climb to $51

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports natural gas inventories


Natural gas inventories up 97 billion cubic feet

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest read on natural gas inventories from the EIA.


Crude slips below $50 as natural gas prices nudge higher

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis provides the latest read on energy prices.


Oil infrastructure and seaborne trade could take a 'huge' hit from a Korea conflict: Analyst

North Asia's extensive oil and gas infrastructure and related seaborne trade could be hit hard by any conflict on the Korean Peninsula, says Sushant Gupta, research director for Asia Refining, Wood Mackenzie.


US energy boom creates 'Windfall' and shifts geopolitical landscape: Harvard professor

Meghan O'Sullivan, Harvard University's Kennedy School professor, and "Windfall" author, explains how American's oil and gas producers are impacting the energy markets and political relationships in Russia, China and the world.


Chief of largest Middle East bank: Countries that started rift with Qatar have more to lose

Countries that started a regional blockade against Qatar are actually dependent on trade with the gas-rich state, Group CEO of Qatar National Bank said.


US shale oil and gas investors are on a 'road to ruin,' warns renowned short-seller Jim Chanos

Investors are taking for granted accounting methods that mask problems with the fundamental business model in the U.S. shale patch, Jim Chanos warned.


South Korea detects radioactive gas from North Korea bomb test

South Korea detected an isotope of xenon gas from a North Korean nuclear test this month


Harvey was about gas shortages; Irma is about gas demand: Expert

Jeff Lenard, National Association of Convenience Stores, weighs in on the impact of Hurricane Irma on gas prices and trucking industry.


Gas prices fall after Hurricane Irma destruction not as bad as feared

Gas prices fell Monday as the destructive effects of Hurricane Irma proved not as bad as feared as the storm continued its way north into northern Florida.