WTI Crude
56.67
Brent Crude
62.03
Natural Gas
3.03
  • Crude oil and natural gas production in Texas and Oklahoma’s Anadarko Region is growing

  • Port Houston’s freeze puts tons of commodities in limbo off Texas coast

  • Harvey Damage Shuts Main Fuel Line From Texas to New York

  • Oil extends gains as Saudi pledges export curbs

  • Small Permian producers flashing warnings as oil remains cheap

The Eagle Ford Shale is back, kind of

It isn’t the boom days when oil trucks created big-city traffic jams on gravel roads and a night at a mediocre hotel cost $300. But the Eagle Ford Shale is back from the bust - sort of - at a level that’s admittedly more middle-aged, less teenager. The 400-mile South Texas oil field, which sweeps from Laredo to College Station,…
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US crude rises 41 cents, settling at $56.83, as traders await OPEC’s decision on output cuts

Oil rose on Tuesday, supported by expectations of an extension next week to OPEC output cuts, but prices remained under pressure from signs of higher output in the United States. "Geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and a deteriorating macroeconomic picture in Venezuela will remain supportive of oil prices in the run-up to the November OPEC meeting," said Abhishek Kumar,…
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More natural gas will flow between Corpus Christi, Permian Basin

Call it the natural gas superhighway. The company behind an ambitious pipeline that would link Corpus Christi and the Permian Basin is already planning to move more natural gas than it said it would just two months ago. Construction began Tuesday on the first phase of what's being called the EPIC NGL Pipeline project. The 650-mile pipeline is expected to be finished in early 2019, and…
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