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Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, October 9Agriculture.comWheat futures were lower in overnight trading on reports of beneficial rain that may boost the Australian crop. Showers Monday and later in the week will ease drought stress in parts of New South Wales, one of Australia's biggest producers, according ...and more »
NewsweekMore US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm NateHellenic Shipping News WorldwideMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. “In our view it is not going to be strong enough to ...UPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm NateBusiness Insiderall 1,734 news articles »
Washington PostUPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm NateBusiness InsiderMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to do damage" to offshore ...More US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm NateYahoo NewsBracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safeKhaleej Timesall 1,200 news articles »
Khaleej TimesBracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safeKhaleej Times... saying it would not accept or deliver crude until after Nate subsided. Matt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80mph winds.and more »
BloombergNate Hits Hurricane Strength as Region Faces $1 Billion DamagesBloomberg“I am amazed at how fast it is moving,” said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. “It just lifted off Honduras and it is going to make landfall in New Orleans by tomorrow.” Hurricane warnings are in place ...UPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate (COP, CVX, RDSA, XOM)Markets InsiderMore US Gulf Oil Producers Halt Output Ahead of Tropical Storm NateU.S. News & World ReportDeadly storm Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastSTLtoday.comGreater Baton Rouge Business Reportall 2,323 news articles »
NewsweekMore US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm NateNasdaqMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to ...Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm NateReutersStrengthening storm Nate heads toward Gulf CoastWorcester TelegramTropical Storm Nate shuts oil platforms as it moves toward Gulf CoastGreater Baton Rouge Business ReportChicago Tribuneall 2,239 news articles »
U.S. News & World ReportMost US Gulf Oil Output Offline Ahead of Tropical Storm NateU.S. News & World ReportMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to do damage" to offshore ...Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastHouma CourierTropical Storm Nate shuts oil platforms as it moves toward Gulf CoastGreater Baton Rouge Business ReportNate May Bring $1 Billion Damages to Hurricane-Weary RegionBloombergChicago Tribuneall 2,000 news articles »
TIMEUPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate (COP, CVX, RDSA, XOM)Markets InsiderMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to do damage" to offshore ...More US Gulf Oil Producers Halt Output Ahead of Tropical Storm NateU.S. News & World ReportNate Nears Coast as Region Faces $1 Billion DamageBloombergDeadly storm Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastSTLtoday.comChicago Tribuneall 2,631 news articles »
CBOT soybeans close higher, buoyed by late technical surgeTimes of IndiaCBOT November soybeans settled up 4 cents at $9.72-1/4 a bushel after reaching $9.73-3/4, its highest since Sept. 29. * Updated weather forecasts delayed the return of rains to northern crop areas of Brazil, the Commodity Weather Group said in a daily ...and more »
ReutersUS Gulf Coast producers, refiners brace for Tropical Storm NateReutersMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds, or even a tropical storm at landfall. “In our view it is not going to be strong ...
NewsweekUS Gulf Coast producers, refiners brace for Tropical Storm NateReutersMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds, or even a tropical storm at landfall. “In our view it is not going to be strong ...Deadly storm Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastSTLtoday.comTropical Storm Nate shuts oil platforms as it moves toward Gulf CoastGreater Baton Rouge Business ReportTropical Storm Nate Threatens Oil Rigs in the US GulfBloombergNewsmax -The Ledgerall 1,719 news articles »
STLtoday.comDeadly storm Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastSTLtoday.comWhile energy production may be curtailed, the storm probably won't be strong enough to do any lasting damage, Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland, said earlier on Thursday. "The track looks a little ominous, ...Tropical Storm Nate Threatens Oil Rigs in the US GulfBloombergTropical depression raises hurricane threat for Gulf CoastThe Ledgerall 1,555 news articles »
Hot September speeds US corn, soy to harvestWestern ProducerTemperatures were expected to remain above normal this week, with a chance for rain in northern sections of the western corn belt early in that period, according to Commodity Weather Group agricultural meteorologist David Streit. As of Sept. 24, high ...
Country GuideSoybean, Corn Futures BounceFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group said, meanwhile, that planting delays are affecting around 20% of Brazilian corn and soybeans due to a lack of rainfall. With traders increasingly concerned about oversupply of soybeans, those disruptions gave prices a boost ...Corn slips to two-week low as harvest pressure buildsTimes of Indiaall 41 news articles »
BloombergTropical Storm Nate Threatens Oil Rigs in the US GulfBloombergThere is about 45 percent chance Nate will disrupt energy production in the Gulf, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. But Rogers said he doesn't see much chance for any lasting damage because Nate ...Tropical depression raises hurricane threat for Gulf CoastThe Ledgerall 629 news articles »
The LedgerTropical depression raises hurricane threat for Gulf CoastThe LedgerThere is about a 30 percent chance it will disrupt U.S. offshore energy operations, as companies may evacuate some personnel, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. Offshore rigs and platforms in the Gulf ...and more »
Chicago TribuneTropical depression that could grow into hurricane is forecast to hit US Gulf Coast this weekendChicago TribuneThere is about a 30 percent chance it will disrupt U.S. offshore energy operations, as companies may evacuate some personnel, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. Offshore rigs and platforms in the Gulf ...and more »
NatGas Cash, Futures Rise Ahead Of Expected Lean Storage Figures; November Gains 4 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence"The short range one- to five-day shifts warmer for the Midwest to Northeast with near flat changes for the South and West," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in its morning report to clients. "While the East Coast peak warmth for ...
NatGas Cash, Futures Rise Ahead Of Expected Lean Storage Figures; November Gains 4 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence"The short range one- to five-day shifts warmer for the Midwest to Northeast with near flat changes for the South and West," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in its morning report to clients. "While the East Coast peak warmth for ...
Washington PostHere's what early winter outlooks predict for DCWashington PostCommodity Weather Group (Matt Rogers). This is one of two outlooks calling for a colder-than-normal winter in Washington, but only slightly, said Matt Rogers, chief executive of Commodity Weather Group, based in Bethesda. Rogers, who also contributes ...and more »

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