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  1. Senate Republicans introduce energy amendment to jobs bill

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    Wed, 2 Apr 2014

  2. US demand for energy to keep falling—but not for natural gas

    Total US energy demand in 2012 will decline for the second consecutive year as economic sluggishness and high unemployment continue to reduce energy consumption and stimulate energy-use efficiency.

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    Mon, 2 Jul 2012

  3. 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

  4. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices up slightly on flat jobs report

    Energy commodities mostly registered small to moderate price increases Nov. 4 after the US Department of Labor reported little change in the number of unemployed US job seekers (13.2 million) and the unemployment rate (9%).

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    Mon, 7 Nov 2011

  5. MARKET WATCH: Weak economic indicators bring down oil prices

    Oil prices continued falling Apr. 4 after the US Department of Labor reported for the third consecutive week an increase in new applications for unemployment benefits. The front-month natural gas contract increased 1.2% in the New York market, however, despite a rather neutral update on US gas ...

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    Fri, 5 Apr 2013

  6. MARKET WATCH: Oil prices continue climbing in uncertain markets

    Oil prices stumbled initially following a reported increase in US unemployment June 7 but managed to climb higher before trading sessions closed.

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    Mon, 10 Jun 2013

  7. Watching Government: States need to take energy lead

    The US senators who came to the Southern States Energy Board's Governors Energy Summit Oct. 4 in Alexandria, Va., delivered three basic messages: One, more aggressive energy development in the US is an obvious, effective way to reduce unemployment , increase federal revenue, and lower crude oil ...

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    Mon, 10 Oct 2011

  8. MARKET WATCH: Optimistic markets continue to rally

    Energy prices continued climbing Dec. 21 along with the stock markets, which continued rallying in early trading Dec. 22 after the Labor Department announced initial applications for US unemployment benefits declined for the third consecutive week, down 4,000 to 364,000 for the week ended Dec. 16.

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    Thu, 22 Dec 2011

  9. US, worldwide energy demand growth rates to slow in 2011

    The US economy and energy demand will strengthen in 2011, but persistently high unemployment will limit the growth of each.

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    Mon, 3 Jan 2011

  10. Approve Keystone XL

    The year 2013 opens with the US economy still sputtering, unemployment still too high, the federal government still struggling with fiscal hazard, and President Barack Obama triumphant in his bid for a second term in office.

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

  11. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices fall; gas prices make gains

    Stock market and oil prices fell Dec. 8, with crude closing below $99/bbl in New York, as pessimistic markets shrugged off interest rates reductions by the European Central Bank (ECB) and a US government report of the lowest number of initial claims for unemployment benefits in 9 months.

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    Fri, 9 Dec 2011

  12. MARKET WATCH: New York crude prices continue rally

    Crude prices continued to climb Mar. 8 in the New York futures market on news the US unemployment rate slipped to 7.7% in February—its lowest level in 4 years—from 7.9% in January.

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    Mon, 11 Mar 2013

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