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  1. Majors freeze gasoline prices, call isolated price spikes unwarranted

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    Mon, 17 Sep 2001

  2. MARKET WATCH Terrorist attacks trigger energy futures price spikes

    Energy futures prices soared Tuesday as traders worried that terrorist bombings Monday in Saudi Arabia might open the door to similar attacks in other Middle East countries that could affect oil operations and exports in that part of the world.

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    Wed, 14 May 2003

  3. EIA Energy Conference: Government mulls commodity regulations

    While purely financial players have become increasingly prominent in energy commodity markets and new regulations appear likely, stronger evidence is needed that they created crude oil price spikes in 2008, several panelists said Apr. 6 at an energy conference in Washington, DC.

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    Thu, 8 Apr 2010

  4. Conference: Government mulls energy commodity regulations

    While purely financial players have become increasingly prominent in energy commodity markets and new regulations appear likely, stronger evidence is needed that they created crude oil price spikes in 2008, several panelists said Apr. 6 at an energy conference in Washington, DC.

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    Mon, 19 Apr 2010

  5. LNG not magic bullet for US gas supply woes

    Is LNG the answer to US natural gas supply woes? Thanks to Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's recent testimony before Congress, that has become the question of the moment. Projections of LNG import capacity doubling to 6 bcfd by 2007 were posited as the cure for future gas price spikes being ...

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    Sun, 20 Jul 2003

  6. Intricate linkages connect natural gas, electricity, heating oil, gasoline

    During the past year a series of US energy supply concerns caused extensive unease about the availability and cost of heating oil, the price of gasoline-in what threatened to be a repeat of last year's price spikes -and natural gas price in- creases and supply concerns.

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    Mon, 20 Aug 2001

  7. New York ISO to consider electricity price caps

    With possible power shortfalls and price spikes looming, the New York Independent System Operator board on June 20 will consider a controversial proposal to cap electricity bids in the day-ahead and real-time energy markets at $1,000/Mw-hr. Earlier, FERC approved the New York ISO's bidding ...

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    Thu, 8 Jun 2000

  8. Natural gas supply concerns top US energy policy agenda

    With the prospect of natural gas prices escalating this winter, US policymakers are scrambling to look proactive even though Mother Nature carries more influence than politicians regarding gas price spikes .

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    Mon, 14 Jul 2003

  9. Gas processors eye contract changes to ease price spike impact

    US gas processors are considering modifications or additions to standard processing contracts to avoid or mitigate the impact of future gas price spikes , said analyst Daniel Lippe of Petral Cos. He said a November-December gas price spike caused substantial economic damage to gas processors and ...

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    Fri, 16 Feb 2001

  10. Sen. Murkowski warns of winter fuel problems

    Frank Murkowski (R-Alas.), the Senate Energy Committee chairman, last week warned the Clinton administration it needs to remedy US energy supply problems. Murkowski said, 'The recent price spikes and dislocations we have seen, and the others we know we will see soon, are like canaries in a coal ...

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    Tue, 18 Jul 2000

  11. California gas constraints could cause power plant curtailments

    Low hydroelectric power, rising demand, and insufficient intrastate pipeline capacity are setting the stage for possible natural gas curtailments and big price spikes this summer in California, analysts said. Prices will remain in double digit territory this summer and could spike as high ...

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    Thu, 19 Apr 2001

  12. Repeat of 2000-01 opportunistic gas drilling unlikely

    The changing structure of the oil and gas industry will mean less price-driven opportunistic drilling for natural gas, which will keep markets tight and underpin prices beyond weather-driven price spikes .

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    Fri, 6 Dec 2002

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