Oil extends gains By Jake Rudnitsky, Bloomberg | February 3, 2015 Oil advanced for a fourth day--the longest run of gains since August. Gasoline rose, thanks to a strike. Low crude prices starting to have effect By Jake Rudnitsky, Bloomberg | December 9, 2014 Brent rose for the first time in six days amid speculation about the price level that will force some producers to curb investment and limit future supply growth. West Texas Intermediate advanced in New York. OPEC supply cut speculation levels Brent By Jake Rudnitsky, Bloomberg | October 20, 2014 Brent crude oil traded for a fifth day close to a level that’s prompting speculation OPEC will respond by cutting supply. Gazprom set to lose LNG export monopoly as lawmakers pass bill By Jake Rudnitsky, Bloomberg | November 22, 2013 Russian lawmakers voted to end state-controlled OAO Gazprom’s monopoly on exports of liquefied natural gas as competitors plan to build plants to produce the chilled fuel. WTI crude little changed amid low volumes on U.K. Boxing Day By Jake Rudnitsky, Bloomberg | December 26, 2013 West Texas Intermediate was little changed after rising for four of the previous five sessions, amid thin trading volumes with the U.K. closed for the post- Christmas Boxing Day holiday.