for Natural Gas
A cold snap has pushed up natural gas prices, but analysts thing slightly higher prices are here to stay.
LNG prices in northeast Asia are up more than 80 percent in just two weeks, capping off a wild bust-to-boom swing in a little over six months.
Despite the latest sanctions on Nord Stream 2, Russia has vowed to complete the project.
Despite cuts to drilling and spending, the U.S. natural gas slump continues—particularly in Appalachia.
Likely Republican control of the Senate means President-elect Joe Biden's first policy actions will come from the President's pen, rather than Congressional legislation.
With vast reserves of natural gas at stake, regional tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean are heating up.
Collapsing Chinese demand, and the resulting crash in LNG prices, could disrupt gas exports from the United States.
While the gas reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean have helped cooperation between Israel and Egypt, they have led to more conflict with Turkey and its neighbors.
American officials concede its latest sanction efforts may not be enough to halt completion of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.
The Power of Siberia pipeline connects Russian gas to Chinese consumers—redrawing the energy map in the process.