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Brent Gains First Time in 4 Days as Investors Weigh OPEC

Bloomberg, November 20, 2014

“People are keeping a wary eye on this meeting next week,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy. “Without a production cut from OPEC, I think the market probably will grind a little lower still.”

Wall Street Journal, November 20, 2014

US crude inventories rise unexpectedly on rising imports

Reuters, November 19, 2014

Oil prices dip as analysts eye OPEC

Business Spectator, November 19, 2014

Oil Slips on Rise in Crude Inventory

Forexminute, November 19, 2014

Natural Gas Slips on Outlook for Warmer Weather After Cold Shot

Bloomberg, November 18, 2014

Crude futures close lower, OPEC policy remains in focus

Platts, November 18, 2014

Oil prices dip amid OPEC worries

Business Spectator, November 18, 2014

Why natural gas just jumped 8 percent

CNBC, November 17, 2014

Oil Rises as Price Plunge Puts Pressure on OPEC to Act

Bloomberg, November 14, 2014

Natural Gas Futures Climb as Arctic Blast Sweeps Across US

Bloomberg, November 14, 2014

Oil bounces up off four-year lows, analysts say slump not over

Reuters, November 14, 2014

Oil prices plunge in Asia markets

Press TV, November 13, 2014

Saudi minister: It’s all a ‘misunderstanding,’ no ‘price war’ talk

CNBC, November 12, 2014

Brent Oil Near 4-Year Low as Glut Seen Untouched by OPEC

Bloomberg, November 12, 2014

Natural Gas Drops a 2nd Day as Cold to Ease Late November

Bloomberg, November 11, 2014

NYMEX December gas settles 0.8 cent lower at $4.247/MMBtu

Platts, November 11, 2014

Energy Companies Up With Oil Prices — Energy Roundup

Nasdaq, November 11, 2014

Oil Futures Ease as Supplies, Dollar Continue to Weigh

4-Traders, November 11, 2014

There’s still fears, especially in Europe, that we could see a recession and limited fuel demand,” said Gene McGillian, senior analyst at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn. “The other two factors that continue to weigh on the market–fears of an oversupply and also the dollar–I think they’re kind of re-emerging.”

Wall Street Journal, November 10, 2014

Wild ride for natural gas signals volatile winter ahead

CNBC, November 10, 2014

Renewed Geopolitical Concerns Buoy Oil Prices

MorningStar, November 10, 2014

U.S. oil drops to lowest since August

BetaWired, November 09, 2014

Oil ends down again as supply worry, dollar strength weigh

Rigzone, November 06, 2014

WTI Crude Oil Futures Rises on Below Forecast Inventory

Businessweek, November 05, 2014
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