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Sector Update: Energy Shares Moving Lower; Crude Futures Struggling to Keep Gains

NYMEX Benchmark Crude January: +$0.20 (+0.22%) to $88.48

Top Energy Stocks

XOM: -0.2%

CVX: -0.1%

COP: -0.7%

SLB: -0.5%

OXY: +0.1%

Energy shares are trending lower as the major indexes move into the red and crude oil futures pares some earlier gains.

Crude oil for January delivery traded up $0.20, or 0.22%, to $88.48 a barrel. In other energy futures, heating oil was up 0.29% to $2.47 a gallon while natural gas fell 0.63%, to $4.22 per million British thermal units.

In energy ETFs, the United States Oil Fund ( USO ) is up 0.24% to $37.99. The United States Natural Gas ETF ( UNG ) is down 1.02% to $5.80.

The U.S Dollar Index (DXY) is up 0.81% to $80.01.

In sector news, Chevron ( CVX ) and Shell (RDS-A) are forming a joint venture to build a 136-mile pipeline to transport crude oil from a Chevron hub in the Jack and St. Malo deepwater fields in the Gulf of Mexico to a platform owned and operated by Shell.

The new hub facility is expected to produce about 170,000 barrels per day starting in 2014.

Chevron shares are down 0.03%, or $0.03, to $88.34. Shell ADRs are down 1.65%, or $1.09, to $64.87.

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