Natural Gas News
US stock indexes tick higher as oil's dismal week eases
Crude was on pace to rise for the first time this week, a day after sinking to its lowest price since August. That lifted energy stocks, which have been weighing on broad-market indexes in recent days.
Qatar stadium safety concerns raised by death investigation
An investigation into why a British man fell to his death on a Qatar World Cup site has raised concerns about the safety of a catwalk in a stadium roof
Regulators move to pull the plug on Mississippi coal plant
Mississippi regulators want to pull the plug on a first-of-its-kind power plant that was supposed to burn coal more cleanly, saying one of the nation's largest utilities should absorb $6.5 billion in losses and that ratepayers should pay nothing more.
Michael Bloomberg on Trump's success, the Paris Accord and running for office
"In the end, we're a democracy - the public has spoken - whether you like the results or not," Bloomberg said of the 2016 election, joking that Trump had "a little help from the Russians."
Michigan cuts ties to contractor on oil spill analysis
The state of Michigan says it has fired a company that was hired to analyze the worst-case scenario of an oil spill in the Straits of Mackinac
Steam pipe explosion buckles street in downtown Baltimore
An underground steam pipe explosion rocked downtown Baltimore during Tuesday afternoon's rush hour, buckling the street, shattering windows on cars and buildings, and gushing a steam plume several stories high for more than an hour, authorities said
2nd West Virginia industrial plant explosion kills 1
Authorities say there's been another fatal explosion at a West Virginia industrial plant where two people were killed last month
N. Korea, terrorism expected to feature at US-China dialogue
North Korea's missile and nuclear threats are expected to be among the issues discussed at the inaugural U.S.-China diplomatic and security dialogue being held in Washington this week
A look at Syria's conflict, as mutual enemies close in on IS
A look at Syria's conflict, as various forces converge on Islamic State group, begin to fight among themselves
Australia to restrict gas exports due to domestic shortage
Australian government says it will restrict gas exports to contain soaring energy prices in the domestic market