Oil & Gas
It was downright cold in the eastern U.S. last week. As a result, demand for natural gas skyrocketed.
Imagine if a quarter of today’s global oil refining capacity vanished… What would that do to the world’s biggest refiners?
Investors should keep an eye on how the oil business unfolds off the shore of Guyana.
The U.S. LNG market has come a long way since the Kenai export facility opened in 1969. Here’s why there’s room to run…
Weather is not the only thing that dictates natural gas demand.