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The Tipping Point In Trump’s Quest For Energy Dominance

The Tipping Point In Trump’s Quest For Energy Dominance

Trump’s latest executive order to…

This Legendary Shale Basin Just Broke Its 2011 Production Record

This Legendary Shale Basin Just Broke Its 2011 Production Record

The Haynesville Shale in northeastern…

Energy / Natural Gas

U.S. LNG Exports Rising As Gas Prices Drop

U.S. LNG Exports Rising As Gas Prices Drop

Feb 08, 2019 at 17:04 | Irina Slav

Natural gas flows into the three liquefaction and export plants on the U.S. Gulf Coast have begun to increase once again after a brief interruption prompted by adverse weather in…

Can Anything Slow Down U.S. LNG?

Can Anything Slow Down U.S. LNG?

Feb 07, 2019 at 11:48 | Kurt Cobb

It is the legally mandated purpose of a for-profit corporation to make money for its owners and to prioritize that goal above all else. So, it is no surprise that…

The Natural Gas Price Plunge Isn’t Over Yet

The Natural Gas Price Plunge Isn’t Over Yet

Feb 06, 2019 at 16:52 | Nick Cunningham

Natural gas prices started the winter season with a bang, but could end it with a whimper. Henry Hub natural gas prices spiked last November to multi-year highs, nearing…

Extreme Volatility In U.S. Natural Gas To End Soon

Extreme Volatility In U.S. Natural Gas To End Soon

Feb 06, 2019 at 14:16 | Tsvetana Paraskova

The longest period of extreme volatility in the U.S. natural gas market in a decade will likely come to an end at the end of the winter as current forecasts…

Mozambique LNG Increasingly Appealing For International Players

Mozambique LNG Increasingly Appealing For International Players

Feb 06, 2019 at 13:34 | Tim Daiss

Tokyo Gas Co, Japan’s largest gas utility and a major LNG player, and British energy supplier Centrica agreed on Tuesday to jointly purchase 2.6 million tonnes of LNG per year…

5 Things To Watch In Natural Gas

5 Things To Watch In Natural Gas

Feb 05, 2019 at 09:31 | Rystad Energy

A new report from Rystad Energy identifies five vital themes that will shape global gas markets in 2019. Significant LNG production growth, the rise of US gas to challenge Russian…

Georgia, Gazprom To Renegotiate Gas Transit Deal

Georgia, Gazprom To Renegotiate Gas Transit Deal

Feb 01, 2019 at 16:35 | The Jamestown Foundation

The two-year contract between the government of Georgia and the Russian energy giant Gazprom on natural gas transit from Russia to Armenia expired on December 31, 2018 (Georgia Today,…

Controversial Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Could Be Operational By November

Controversial Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Could Be Operational By November

Jan 30, 2019 at 14:32 | Tim Daiss

In what would be an early geopolitical win for Moscow, German news agency DW reported yesterday, citing one of the project’s engineers, that the Nord Stream 2 natural gas…

Philippines’ LNG Hopes Are Fading Fast

Philippines’ LNG Hopes Are Fading Fast

Jan 30, 2019 at 11:46 | Tim Daiss

It should be plain to see by now for those who follow energy news that the Philippines is not only struggling to put its first LNG import terminal in place…

Shale Gas Majors Succumb To Wall Street Pressure

Shale Gas Majors Succumb To Wall Street Pressure

Jan 29, 2019 at 18:01 | Nick Cunningham

The shale gas bonanza may finally be slowing after a decade of skyrocketing growth. In 2018, the U.S. natural gas industry broke new production records, but demand rose to new…

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