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Washington may never be more closely concerned with the sights, sounds and yes, smells of the natural world than on Monday. Multitudes will probably stare at the sky as the moon eclipses 81 percent of the sun. At the National Zoo, officials have closed ...

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Eclipse isn’t the only unique natural event Washington may experience Monday

Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) FILE - In this June 25, 2012 file photo, a crew works on a gas ...

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Major natural gas discovery could have big impact on Northern New Mexico

Welcome to the weekly natural gas recap edition of Natural Gas Daily! Natural gas prices finished the week lower by 3.02%. Natural gas prices moved lower this week despite better than expected EIA storage report on Thursday. Weather continues to shift ...

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Weekly Natural Gas Recap - Traders Await The Obvious

Exfoliation is the process of removing the outer layer of dead skin cells. Wait until the skin is not painful or inflamed before trying this method, as very tanned skin may still be sensitive due to sun damage. A person can exfoliate in a variety of ways ...

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Four natural ways to get rid of a suntan

When the tanker Provalys left Louisiana for Chile last month with a full load of U.S. liquefied natural gas, it sailed around South America instead of taking a shortcut through the expanded Panama Canal. Not only is the route free of canal transit fees ...

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New ships hold natural gas longer

The U.S. has spent upwards of $700 billion on Afghanistan's war, and the Trump administration is hoping to recoup some of that via its vast mineral wealth. An Afghan spokesperson told CNBC that Trump's attention to the country could be a 'strategic win-win ...

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At stake in US military efforts to stabilize Afghanistan: At least $3 trillion in natural resources

The U.S. is emerging as a price-setter for natural gas sales from Mozambique to Japan, as volumes extracted by shale drillers go global, write Alison Sider and Christopher Matthews. The volume of Henry Hub natural gas futures, traded outside of typical U.S ...

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ELAM: U.S. becomes a natural gas market

On Wednesday morning the valley was shrouded in heavy mist, its wetness covered spider webs of all shapes and sizes. Some were so elaborate that they looked like black and white paintings, while others were just lines of webbing strung from plant to plant.

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Living in natural habitats provides unusual, memorable happenings

Mexico has fracked just a few test wells, while the U.S. has had nearly 2 million commercial ones. Mexico hasn’t yet produced shale gas, compared to the U.S., which now that the Anadarko play in Oklahoma has been added to the EIA’s Drilling ...

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When Will Mexico Start To Frack For Natural Gas?

Natural gas futures reached their high for the week on Monday, August 14 with prices dropping more than one-percent on profit-taking after a strong two-week rally. The closing price reversal on the daily chart set-up a three-day break. The rally drove the ...

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