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Jude Clemente

JTC Energy Research Associates

Contributor since: 30 Aug 2012

Jude Clemente

Jude Clemente is Principal at JTC Energy Research Associates, LLC. He holds a B.A. in International Relations from Penn State University, with a minor in Statistical Analysis. He also has an M.S. in Homeland Security from San Diego State University, with a focus on Oil/Gas Security, and an MBA from St. Francis University, with a focus on Energy Economics. Jude's work has appeared in a variety of energy-related media, such as Pipeline & Gas Journal, Carbon Capture Journal, Journal of Energy Security, Power, World Oil, and Public Utilities Fortnightly. He has also been a writer and editor for reports commissioned by the U.S. Department of Energy, International Energy Agency, and other major energy research organizations. You can can read his energy blogs at Oil Price and Forbes.

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Latest articles from Jude

  • The Endless Opportunities For U.S. Oil Exports

    Published 28 February 2018 | viewed 10,429 times

    Once unthinkable, in December 2015 the U.S. decided to lift the nation’s 40-year ban on crude oil exports driven by a boom in domestic shale, tight…

  • U.S., Canada Face Off For LNG Dominance

    Published 20 February 2018 | viewed 7,794 times

    Considering that the North American shale revolution is the key global energy development of the past decade, it’s surprising that Canada’s natural gas production has…

  • Mexico’s Natural Gas Dilemma

    Published 12 February 2018 | viewed 17,095 times

    Mexico’s 2013 energy reforms are based on bringing in more competition for the two state-owned monopolies that had become too stagnant, Pemex (oil and gas)…

  • LNG: Glut Today, Shortage Tomorrow

    Published 07 February 2018 | viewed 12,397 times

    With the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projecting that production will outpace demand by 75% in the decades ahead, excess U.S. gas could be a…

  • Is WTI Overtaking Brent As The Biggest Global Benchmark?

    Published 05 February 2018 | viewed 11,998 times

    Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) are the two most important crude benchmarks in the world, oil grades that serve as a reference price for…

  • Why Natural Gas Prices Just Tanked

    Published 01 February 2018 | viewed 34,692 times

    The NYMEX February natural gas contract expired Monday at $3.63 per MMBtu, the highest expiration for a contract we have seen since January 2017. Now…

  • Coal Isn’t Dead Yet

    Published 29 August 2015 | viewed 10,459 times

    The news for the global coal industry has been painful of late. Coal prices have dramatically decreased nearly everywhere in the world amid considerable oversupply,…

  • Higher CAFE Standards: "There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch"

    Published 30 August 2012 | viewed 28,329 times

    In July 2011, the Obama administration announced the new Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards that will begin taking effect in 2017. The standards for…

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