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DUG Appalachia: Gas-averse Regions Put Selves at Mercy of Weather

Regions trying to wean themselves off natural gas, like New England and Europe, are at risk of an energy crisis in a harsh weather event, says BOK Financial’s Dennis Kissler.

Oil Falls Over 2% After OPEC + Cuts Fall Short Of Expectations

Saudi Arabia, Russia, Kuwait, Kazakhstan and Algeria were among producers who said cuts would be unwound gradually after the first quarter, market conditions permitting.

EQT CEO Toby Rice: Energy Transition Requires ‘Unleashing US LNG’

Toby Rice, CEO of EQT Corp., calls on political leaders to focus public conversation on energy solutions and avoid what he sees as an inevitable “train wreck” of an energy crisis.

Cheniere, ARC Resources Sign 15-Year Integrated Production Marketing Agreement

Cheniere Energy Inc. and Cheniere Energy Partners LP entered into a 15-year integrated production marketing gas supply agreement with a subsidiary of Canada’s ARC Resources Ltd.

US Coast Guard Says 3% of Gulf of Mexico's Daily Oil Output Remains Shut In

No new oil has been spotted since Nov. 20 from the suspected release, the U.S. Coast Guard said as it leads clean-up efforts.

Tackling Methane Emissions: Triple Crown’s Secret to Success

Triple Crown Resources, the private Permian Basin operator, is cutting methane emissions and delivering returns.

Price Volatility? You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

The past is prologue: From Rockefeller to the RRC to OPEC, there have been endless efforts to control the price of oil. They haven’t worked. And they won’t.

Commentary: LatAm Outlook 2024—Top Five Economies to Watch and Why

In 2024, energy investors interested in Latin America will likely find the most attractive opportunities linked to developments in Argentina, Brazil, Guyana, Mexico and Venezuela. That’s if they can hold their nerves amid ongoing uncertainties mainly tied to politics in many of the countries.

Letter From the Editorial Director: 50 Years of Telling Your Story

For Hart Energy's 50 anniversary, Oil and Gas Investor traces the history of the energy industry since 1973, examining the key events, trends, mergers and technological advancements that paved the way to today.

US Natgas Hits Two-month Low on Ample Output, Mild Weather

U.S. natural gas futures fell to a two-month low on Nov. 27, weighed down by record output while mild weather limited heating demand.