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  1. API report unveils economic gains from US crude exports

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    Mon, 14 Apr 2014

  2. US brinksmanship with economy must not become routine

    One of many dangers in all-or-nothing politics is that brinksmanship with the national economy might start to feel routine. Repetition can have that effect.

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    Mon, 14 Oct 2013

  3. API report unveils economic gains from US crude exports

    A recent study details significant US jobs gains, reduced consumer fuel costs, and robust economic growth associated with future crude oil exports, according to Kyle Isakower, vice-president for regulatory and economic policy for the American Petroleum Institute. The new study, by ICF International ...

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    Mon, 31 Mar 2014

  4. MARKET WATCH: NYMEX gasoline, diesel futures prices climb on anticipated demand

    Oil futures prices rose moderately Dec. 26 in trading on the New York market while gasoline and diesel prices reached levels not seen since September. Analysts said they expected the Dec. 27 release of a weekly government petroleum status report would show strong demand for petroleum products.

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    Fri, 27 Dec 2013

  5. US brinksmanship with economy must not become routine

    One of many dangers in all-or-nothing politics is that brinksmanship with the national economy might start to feel routine. Repetition can have that effect.

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    Fri, 4 Oct 2013

  6. MARKET WATCH: Reduced inventory, warmer weather increase oil, gas prices

    Energy prices rose July 11 recouping much of their losses from the previous session. The front-month crude contract gained 2.4% in the New York market on a larger-than-expected drop in US inventory, and natural gas was up 2% on forecasts of hotter weather.

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    Thu, 12 Jul 2012

  7. Abundant oil doesn't mean energy independence, SAFE report warns

    Abundant US oil resources made possible by new technology potentially will provide significant economic benefits to the nation, but won’t make the country energy independent by itself, a new report from Securing America’s Future Energy’s Energy Security Leadership Council concluded.

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    Tue, 8 May 2012

  8. EIA: US household spending on home energy fell last year

    US average consumer spending on home energy fell $12 billion in 2012 compared with 2011, the Energy Information Administration reported.

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    Mon, 29 Apr 2013

  9. MARKET WATCH: Bullish inventory report lifts oil prices

    Crude oil futures prices increased 1% in the New York market June 27 following a bullish government report on oil inventories and positive economic indicators in durable goods and housing.

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    Thu, 28 Jun 2012

  10. MARKET WATCH: Geopolitical pressure from Syria pushed up oil prices

    Oil prices continued to rally Apr. 25 with the front-month crude contract climbing 2.4% in the New York futures market on speculation of US military intervention after US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the Syrian government “likely” used chemical weapons “on a small scale” in its 2-year ...

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    Fri, 26 Apr 2013

  11. MARKET WATCH: Oil, gas prices decline as Isaac diminishes

    Crude oil and natural gas prices declined Aug. 29 even as the Obama administration talked of releasing oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to compensate for the 1.3 million b/d of oil and 3.2 bcfd of gas production from federal leases in the Gulf of Mexico shut in when Hurricane Isaac hit the ...

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    Thu, 30 Aug 2012

  12. MARKET WATCH: Oil prices climb in hopeful markets

    Oil prices continued to climb Apr. 26 with North Sea Brent testing—but failing to sustain—$120/bbl despite a disappointing US unemployment report and the downgrade of Spain’s credit rating by Standard & Poor 's Ratings Services.

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    Fri, 27 Apr 2012

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