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Natural Gas Rises Amid Predictions of Supply Glut Shrinking

Bloomberg, June 30, 2015

Natural Gas Rise as Lower Prices Spur Plants to Switch Fuels

Bloomberg, June 29, 2015

Natural Gas Retreats on Expectations for Strong Supply

First Enercast Financial, June 26, 2015

Bullish investors “are waiting for evidence of tightening fundamentals. We’re not seeing that,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at futures brokerage Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn. “The rally has stalled because we haven’t seen any kind of production curtailment. The market seems to be running into a lot of headwind.”

Wall Street Journal, June 25, 2015

Natural Gas Falls as Mild Weather to Reduce Electricity Demand

Bloomberg, June 22, 2015

Natural Gas Losing Again on Moderating Weather Forecasts

First Enercast Financial, June 19, 2015

Crude Oil Futures Advance as Fed Rate Outlook Weakens Dollar

Washington Post, June 18, 2015

Oil Falls a Third Day as U.S., OPEC Output Seen Extending Glut

Bloomberg, June 15, 2015

Crude Prices Rally on Production Outlook, China Stimulus

Forexminute, June 13, 2015

Oil prices drop after IEA report

Business Spectator, June 11, 2015

NYMEX July gas futures settle 6.6 cents lower at $2.825/MMBtu

Platts, June 11, 2015

Oil prices drop as IEA sees demand growth cooling

Yahoo News, June 11, 2015

Natural Gas Climbs to 3-Week High as June Heat May Boost Demand

Bloomberg, June 10, 2015

Oil Prices Climb on Production Forecast

Nasdaq, June 09, 2015

Oil rises as OPEC fights shale drillers

Telegram.com , June 09, 2015

Crude Tops $60 As U.S. Output Seen Declining

Investors.com, June 09, 2015

“What’s really driven our rally this year from our six-year lows is the idea that measures by North American producers are going to affect production levels by some point in the next three to six months,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “Any time we get more than $5 below [recent highs], it seems as if the selling pressure kind of dissipates.”

Wall Street Journal, June 09, 2015

Near-fatal Accident Involving Tradition Energy Employee Inspires Service To Others

Wilton Bulletin, June 06, 2015

“The fundamental picture remains weak,” said Gene McGillian, an analyst at Tradition Energy. “There’s really no reason to bull the market up.”

Wall Street Journal , June 05, 2015

NYMEX July gas futures settle at $2.626/MMBtu, down 0.8 cent

Platts, June 04, 2015

Oil prices slump on US oil report

Business Spectator, June 03, 2015

Oil down 3 pct despite US stockpile drop; pre-OPEC mood glum

Reuters, June 03, 2015

“The idea that we’re going to see another drawdown in crude stocks has put a bit of a bid back into the market,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy.

Wall Street Journal, June 02, 2015

US oil settles up 1.76%, at $61.26 a barrel; highest since Dec. 9.

CNBC, June 02, 2015

Oil up on dollar drop; poll calls for U.S. stocks decline

Reuters, June 02, 2015
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