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  1. MARKET WATCH: Rumors, sentiment pull down oil, gas prices

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    Mon, 27 Aug 2012

  2. GULF SEVERE STORMS-2: Empirical models help gauge production lost due to storms

    The Minerals Management Service collects shut-in production data from the survey response of operators following major storms, but the pre-Andrew record is sparse and, for early events, of variable quality.

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    Mon, 8 May 2006

  3. Hurricane Ike roars out of the Gulf of Mexico and across eastern Texas

    Federal officials moved to facilitate restoration of US Gulf Coast oil and gas production, oil refining and transmission after Hurricane Ike roared through eastern Texas and headed toward north-by-northeast.

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    Fri, 12 Sep 2008

  4. Oil spill response vessels return to Macondo well

    The Macondo wellhead remained under the surveillance of at least one remotely operated vehicle after all but two vessels were evacuated in advance of Tropical Storm Bonnie, and all the vessels were authorized to return on July 24, a spill response official said.

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    Sat, 24 Jul 2010

  5. TS Dolly enters gulf; Noble evacuates deepwater rigs

    Noble has evacuated more than 165 people from two deepwater semisubmersible drilling rigs that may be affected by Tropical Storm Dolly, now entering the Gulf of Mexico.

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    Tue, 22 Jul 2008

  6. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices dip slightly; natural gas price increases

    Crude prices dipped marginally Aug. 31 in the New York market on a bearish inventories report, ending a 2-day rally earlier this week. However, natural gas advanced 3.7% on potential supply impacts from Tropical Storm Katia brewing near the Dominican Republic.

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    Thu, 1 Sep 2011

  7. 'Get the Usual Suspects'

    On the defensive shortly into his reelection campaign because of high gasoline prices, President Barak Obama had Atty. Gen. Eric Holder form yet another task force to "round up the usual suspects," the alleged villains manipulating and defrauding the oil markets.

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    Mon, 2 May 2011

  8. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices slide on inventory build

    Crude oil futures prices were down Aug. 26 on the New York market following a US Energy Information Administration report showing a slight build in oil inventories, countering analysts’ expectations for a stockpile decline.

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    Thu, 27 Aug 2009

  9. MARKET WATCH: Oil, natural gas prices slump with consumer confidence

    The forefront crude contract fell 3% June 29, its biggest drop since June 4, while the new front-month natural gas unit tumbled 3.9% on the New York market.

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    Wed, 30 Jun 2010

  10. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil falls below $72/bbl to 11-week low

    Energy prices continued to tumble Aug. 24 with crude dropping 2% to an 11-week low below $72/bbl in the New York market after the National Association of Realtors reported sales of existing US homes plunged 27% to a 15-year low in July with expiration of the home-buying tax credit.

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    Wed, 25 Aug 2010

  11. Gustav a solid test

    The oil and gas story from Hurricane Gustav is that the disruption could have been worse.

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    Mon, 8 Sep 2008

  12. MARKET WATCH: Weather raises crude oil, natural gas prices

    With a tropical storm developing in the Caribbean, the expiring August contract for crude oil increased 1.2% July 20 in the New York market, with natural gas up 1.8% in its first increase in three sessions.

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    Wed, 21 Jul 2010

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