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  1. MARKET WATCH: RBOB spikes as traders cover short positions

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    Mon, 1 Oct 2012

    34¢ to $92.19/bbl. The November natural gas contract rose 2.3¢ to $3.32.MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., escalated 7.3¢ to $3.05/MMbtu. In London, the November IPE contract for North Sea

  2. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices decline; gas continues rally

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    Wed, 3 Oct 2012

    gal. The November natural gas contract continued its rally, up 5.1¢ to $3.51/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., advanced 3.5¢ to $3.22/MMbtu. In London, the November IPE contract for North Sea Brent

  1. MARKET WATCH: Oil, gas prices rebound with Mideast conflict

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    Fri, 5 Oct 2012

    of 12.07¢/gal. The November natural gas contract took back 1.1¢ to $3.41/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., increased 2.3¢ to $3.23/MMbtu. In London, the November IPE contract for North Sea

  2. MARKET WATCH: World events 'drive deeper wedge' between WTI, Brent

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    Tue, 16 Oct 2012

    25¢ to $2.85/gal. The November natural gas contract fell 12.5¢ to $3.47/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., decreased 0.5¢ to $3.345/MMbtu. In London, the November IPE contract for North Sea

  3. MARKET WATCH: Oil prices retreat, gas rebounds in mixed markets

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    Tue, 13 Nov 2012

    to $2.68/gal. The December natural gas contract took back 6.7¢ to $3.57/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., recouped 9.1¢ to $3.41/MMbtu. In London, the December IPE contract for North Sea Brent

  4. Oil prices continued falling Nov. 28, with front-month crude down 0.8% on demand concerns, its third decline in as many sessions on the New York market

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    Thu, 29 Nov 2012

    third consecutive day. The December natural gas contract dropped 7.3¢ to $3.70/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., fell 8.1¢ to $3.68/MMbtu. In London, the January IPE contract for North Sea Brent

  5. Oil prices rebounded Nov. 29, pulled up by the broader market, with crude increasing 1.9% to end a 3-day decline in New York

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    Fri, 30 Nov 2012

    The new front-month January natural gas contract fell 15.3¢ to $3.65/MMbtu on NYMEX, however. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., dropped 4¢ to $3.64/MMbtu. In London, the January IPE contract for North Sea Brent

  6. Energy prices fell across the board Dec. 4 due to a political impasse in negotiation of an US federal budget with the clock ticking toward a yearend deadline to avoid automatic tax increases and ...

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    Wed, 5 Dec 2012

    to $2.69/gal. The January natural gas contract declined 5.2¢ to $3.54/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., continued its retreat, down 6.9¢ to $3.37/MMbtu. In London, the January IPE contract

  7. Crude prices rose in early trading Dec. 10 on indications of stronger Chinese imports, but those gains disappeared in a later selloff in the New York market on concerns US demand will fall

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    Tue, 11 Dec 2012

    a rounded $2.60/gal. The January natural gas contract fell 9.1¢ to $3.46/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., increased 2.8¢ to $3.63/MMbtu. In London, the January IPE contract for North Sea Brent

  8. 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

    January natural gas contract continued falling, however, down 4.8¢ to $3.41/MMbtu on NYMEX. On the US spot market , gas at Henry Hub, La., increased 1.2¢ to $3.38/MMbtu. In London, the January IPE contract for North Sea Brent

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