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  1. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices slumped slightly; OPEC takes no action

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    Mon, 13 Dec 2010

  2. MARKET WATCH: Low interest rates buoy oil prices

    Crude oil prices continued rising with the front-month contract up 1% in the New York market after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke indicated US interest rates will remain low to support a still-weak labor market.

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    Tue, 27 Mar 2012

  3. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil price slips lower as China raises interest rate

    Energy commodity prices were mixed July 6, with crude slipping lower in the New York market after the People's Republic of China announced another increase in the yuan benchmark interest rate as of July 7 ahead of the official June consumer price index (CPI) data release on July 15.

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    Thu, 7 Jul 2011

  4. IHS: Western sanctions indirectly could hinder Russian oil, gas revenues

    Western sanctions imposed against Russian government officials and business executives regarding Russia’s conflict with Ukraine could slow the availability of capital for Russian oil and gas companies trying to launch major new projects, IHS said.

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

  5. MARKET WATCH: US crude futures slip lower; gas continues to fall

    US benchmark crude slipped to a 3-week low July 29, and front-month natural gas dropped 3% in the New York market with cooler weather forecast for the Midwest and Northeast.

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    Tue, 30 Jul 2013

  6. Oil posted modest gains Dec. 11 with front-month crude closing marginally higher in an afternoon rally despite weakness in early trading, ending a 5-session losing streak in the New York market

    Oil posted modest gains Dec. 11 with front-month crude closing marginally higher in an afternoon rally despite weakness in early trading, ending a 5-session losing streak in the New York market.

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    Wed, 12 Dec 2012

  7. MARKET WATCH: Oil prices climb despite bearish inventory report

    Oil prices continued to recoup June 6 despite a relatively bearish update of petroleum inventories as a larger-than-expected increase in gasoline and an unexpected build in distillates more than offset a slight draw in crude.

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    Thu, 7 Jun 2012

  8. MARKET WATCH: Fading economy brings down oil prices

    Oil prices continued to tumble May 3 with front-month crude down 2% in the New York market among growing evidence of a weakening economy around the globe. On the brighter side, the front-month natural gas contract rebound, up 3% May 3 after a bullish inventory report (OGJ Online, May 3, 2012).

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    Fri, 4 May 2012

  9. 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 the fundamentals of supply and demand.

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    Mon, 24 Sep 2012

  10. Mortgage crunch a reminder of economic cycles

    The US treasury secretary offered lessons all around-some related to oil and gas-in a stinging Oct. 16 speech about the meltdown of housing finance.

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    Mon, 5 Nov 2007

  11. Mortgage crunch a reminder of economic cycles

    The US treasury secretary offered lessons all around—some related to oil and gas—in a stinging Oct. 16 speech about the meltdown of housing finance.

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    Fri, 19 Oct 2007

  12. Managing Oil and Gas Companies - Capital budgeting methods in the upstream petroleum industry: simple adjustments for complex problems

    When an oil company analyzes an upstream investment project in a country with high taxation levels and where debt service charges are deductible, complex problems can arise with regard to a company-wide standard for assessing such investment decisions.

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    Mon, 12 Nov 2001

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