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  1. CFTC expected to bring action against BP in futures probe

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    Mon, 8 Jan 2007

  2. MARKET WATCH: NYMEX, Brent crude oil prices both surge in one-day rally

    The crude oil price for October delivery settled up nearly $4/bbl on the New York market Aug. 27, marking its biggest single-day gain in more than 5 years. Brent crude oil prices on the London market leaped by more than $4/bbl, marking Brent’s biggest single-day rise since December 2008.

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    Fri, 28 Aug 2015

  3. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices fall in mixed market

    Energy prices fell Feb. 10 on a combination of profit-taking from the previous rally and market concerns as negotiations of Greek austerity measures again stalled.

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    Mon, 13 Feb 2012

  4. Regulation, good and bad

    Polarization of US politics distorts conversation about regulation. The oil and gas industry has witnessed too often the default assertion that one side supports regulation while the other opposes it. This is absurd. Regulation exists.

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    Mon, 21 May 2012

  5. Obama wants stronger steps to curb oil price speculation

    US President Barack Obama called for more aggressive measures to prevent oil-market manipulation, pledging stronger action by his administration and calling on Congress to fund enforcement and increase penalties for violators.

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    Tue, 17 Apr 2012

  6. MARKET WATCH: Natural gas, crude oil prices climb in mixed New York market

    Natural gas prices escalated, crude futures continued to climb, but refined products fell in mixed markets Feb. 17 ahead of the President’s Day holiday in the US on Feb. 20.

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    Mon, 20 Feb 2012

  7. NGSA, IPAA see some improvement in CFTC's swap dealer definition

    The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission ’s latest definition of a swap dealer is an improvement on its original proposal because it recognizes the difference a dealer and trader, officials from the Natural Gas Supply Association and the Independent Petroleum Association of America separately ...

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    Fri, 20 Apr 2012

  8. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices waffle as crude, gas trend down

    Energy prices continued to waffle with the front-month crude contract down 3.1% for the week in the New York market while the West Texas Intermediate-North Sea Brent spread widened to $2.47/bbl July 26, despite an earlier bullish report of declining US inventories. Natural gas fell 6.2% last week.

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    Mon, 29 Jul 2013

  9. Obama wants stronger steps to curb oil price speculation

    US President Barack Obama called for more aggressive measures to prevent oil-market manipulation, pledging stronger action by his administration and calling on Congress to fund enforcement and increase penalties for violators.

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    Mon, 23 Apr 2012

  10. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices waffle in unconfident markets

    Energy prices continued to waffle in mixed trading Jan. 4, but crude finished the short business week up 3%, while natural gas was down 5% overall.

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

  11. MARKET WATCH: Energy commodities recoup some of previous loss

    While equity markets weakened for a third consecutive session July 9 due to the troubled Spanish economy and a slowdown in China, energy prices rebound with the front-month crude contract up 1.8% in New York as Norway appeared headed for a midnight shutdown of offshore production in a labor ...

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    Tue, 10 Jul 2012

  12. Oil prices roiled by data

    Oil prices fluctuated widely in mid-September as analysts and traders tried daily to interpret market indicators from a flood of economic data. The result was an energy market responding to hopes and fears more than supply-demand fundamentals.

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    Mon, 1 Oct 2012

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