Groomed by Dick Cheney, Halliburton's Lesar Exits After 25 Years
Natural gas soared the most in nine years as forecasts for lingering U.S. cold spurred concern that supplies may not be adequate.
China Tariffs Slam U.S. Gas Exports
U.S. Gas Exports Hit by China Tariffs as Trade War Escalates
Liquefied Natural Gas
Drillers Burned Off Less Natural Gas in 2017, Reversing a Trend
Money managers’ reluctance to get behind the oil rally is finally paying off.
Top North American Pipeline Companies Bring Units Back Into Fold
IBM Vet Leads Company Behind Pipeline System Shut by Web Attack
Dominion to Buy Scana for $7.9 Billion After Nuclear Flop
America Is Burning More Gas Than Ever as Chill Grips East: Chart
Sandridge Energy rose as much as 5.7% after market on news that Icahn took a stake in the oil and gas producer.
Scana Gets SEC Subpoena Related to Canceled Nuclear Project
Berkshire was said to be a leading bidder of Oncor last year.
U.S. Gas Drops Most in Four Months as Heat Wave Seen Fading
Trump's China Deal Gives U.S. LNG a Boost Without Changing Rules
Drillers Run to Stand Still as Rigs Don't Mean More U.S. Gas
Last Blast of Winter Gives U.S. Gas Bulls a Reason to Celebrate
U.S. Gas Trades Near 1-Month High as Blizzard Bears Down on East
Winter's Ending Earlier Than Ever for U.S. Natural Gas Market
Entergy Agrees to Close Nuclear Plant Near New York City