Energy

With the only certain thing in the upcoming year being uncertainty, both supply and demand are ripe for shocks
As part of its mandate to set speculative position limits in energy and metals futures markets the CFTC is proposing spot-month limits based on
T. Boone Pickens likes the “Big Deal” and at the age of 82 his biggest deal — the Pickens Plan for American energy independence — is queued up waiting for Congress to act
Crude oil is expected to head slightly down in the short term.
The agency's calls for energy position limits could be on shaky ground.
A look at many of the dramas on the current business front -- the BP oil spill, the "flash crash" of May 6, and the financial troubles in Greece and the rest of Europe.
Analysts don’t expect crude oil to move much higher in June, despite the BP explosion.
Natural gas bulls got good news in December.
As a painful 2009 ends, energy producers and markets are looking for a demand recovery in 2010, but demand increases could be as modest as the overall recovery.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission proposed position limits on four futures and options contracts in energy markets.