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Mineral and Royalty Interest – Storage Deficit Decreasing

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With the storage deficit decreasing, natural gas prices have dipped back again to the $3.50/Mcf realm. A bad sign for mineral and royalty interest owners as they await development ...

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Sell Royalty Interest

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As reported in Bloomberg, total U.S. crude oil inventories fell by 2.8 million barrels in the latest week, the fourth consecutive weekly decrease. Crude oil inventories are 4.2% below year-ago levels, though are 5.5% ...

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Increased Oil Production Stimulates Mineral Royalties Sales

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As reported in the WSJ, growing North American Oil production has benefited the US in two main ways, by providing additional energy security and independence, and by stabilizing world oil ...

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Notes on Daily Natural Gas: Funds from Private Equity Could Add to Current Problems

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Natural gas prices have remained near decade low levels. If this trend continues through 2012, changes are likely in both exploration and production ...

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Obama Highlights Potential of Natural Gas during State of Union Speech

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Recently, President Obama stressed the need to enhance dependence on natural gas available within the country during his State of the Union Address. He clearly stated ...

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Potential Growth Expected in Natural Gas Vehicles

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A report of the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed that natural gas vehicles consumed around 90 MMcf/day in 2011 and the report confirmed that the trend has been continuing ...

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Natural Gas Powered Vehicles

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The natural gas vehicles market has been attracting lot of attention in the last few years. When President Obama stressed that the United States should not be dependent on energy sources from foreign ...

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Increase in Industrial Demand

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Globalization of business has created more opportunities to all types of industries to benefit from high residential and industrial growth in several developing countries. This increased demand is especially useful to petrochemical and ...

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Permanent Coal to Gas Switching

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The strong sentiments on environmental pollution have resulted in stringent regulations on emissions of gases like nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide. Concerns about safety of coal mines and working conditions in these ...

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