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Heating Oil Futures: A Key Cog in Energy Markets Turns 40

Heating Oil Futures: A Key Cog in Energy Markets Turns 40

In 1978, suppliers and consumers in the heating oil market saw the need for a contract that allowed for physical delivery as well as the ability to manage risk.

PG&E's Potential Liability in California Fires Could Exceed Insurance Coverage

PG&E's Potential Liability in California Fires Could Exceed Insurance Coverage

PCG releases a statement saying that that the cost of covering the damage from the Camp Fire will exceed its insurance coverage.

OPEC Exists Only as a Namesake

OPEC Exists Only as a Namesake

Over the past year, the driving force behind most of OPEC's decisions has been Saudi Arabia and its recent non-OPEC-member 'bestie,' Russia.

Economist Perspective: Why 2019 Will Be Different?

Economist Perspective: Why 2019 Will Be Different?

Will lag effects of interest rate hikes and the trade war with China show up in 2019?

Anadarko and Noble Gain as Colorado Voters Defeat Anti-Drilling Law

Anadarko and Noble Gain as Colorado Voters Defeat Anti-Drilling Law

A measure on Colorado's ballot that could have limited future oil and gas development in the state was shot down by voters, while another important race for U.S. oil producers over New Mexico's land commissioner resulted in a win for the clean-energy focused Democratic candidate.

Uranium Has Put in a Bottom: A Look at 2 Stocks in This Space

Uranium Has Put in a Bottom: A Look at 2 Stocks in This Space

Now is the time to look at companies/stocks that could benefit from higher uranium prices in the months ahead.

Anadarko Petroleum Watching Colorado Midterm

Anadarko Petroleum Watching Colorado Midterm

Proposition 112 could affect Anadarko's future oil production plans in the state.

Chevron Reports Slight Earnings Beat, Misses on Sales

Chevron Reports Slight Earnings Beat, Misses on Sales

The international oil major reported third quarter earnings of $2.11 per share on $42 billion in revenue, versus analysts' estimates of $2.06 per share in earnings on $46.67 billion in sales.

Exxon Jumps After the Energy Giant Crushes Earnings Expectations

Exxon Jumps After the Energy Giant Crushes Earnings Expectations

The largest U.S. oil and gas company earned $1.46 a share in the third quarter vs. the $1.22 estimated by analysts.

Book Review: A City of Boom, Bust, Basketball and Tragedy

Book Review: A City of Boom, Bust, Basketball and Tragedy

Sam Anderson's new book Boom Town captures Oklahoma City's ambition, contradictions and vulnerability