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Archive for the ‘energy consulting’ Category

0 May 7 2013 @ 10:24am by Matt Smith in energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Technology, UK natural gas

Chips And Salsa With The Shale Gas Guru

Nick Grealy is one of the leading advocates of shale gas in Europe. As well as being the publisher of the site No Hot Air, Nick consults on the impact of shale gas, and has appeared in front of UK Parliamentary Committees and on such shows as BBC’s Newsnight to discuss the topic.

Nick is very passionate, opinionated, and a little eccentric. In a world in which shale gas is generally portrayed in a negative light, Nick instead sees it as a bridge to a low carbon environment. So enjoy below some colorful responses from ‘The Shale Gas Guru’. » read more

0 Apr 18 2013 @ 4:08pm by Matt Smith in Biofuels, Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Alphabetti Spaghetti

There has been an acronymtastic set of reports this week from the IEA, IMF, and EIA. So from these nine letters come six charts out of three reports. Alphabetti spaghetti indeed.  » read more

0 Apr 4 2013 @ 7:47am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy

File Under: Resurfacing Rumors of Oil Exports

Yesterday’s appearance on Fox Business was a last-minute affair, prompted by rumors resurfacing about the ramping up of oil US exports on a broad scale. Hark, click on the below mugshot to launch to the clip:

0 Mar 22 2013 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Risk Strategy

Burrito bites

Happy World Water Day! (making whales smile everywhere). This week has seen the crude complex poked and prodded around by a small island in the Mediterranean, as the debt crisis in Cyprus has raised fears of contagion to Italy or Spain. This has pressured the euro lower, and hence crude prices also. As for natural gas, it has rallied to close to four-dollardom as this winter goes on and on. And on. Before Friday night, let’s fill up on bites: » read more

0 Dec 7 2012 @ 10:54am by Matt Smith in Biofuels, Blog, Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy, Random

Burrito bites

As we charge into December, we see oil and natural gas prices distinctly lacking in the holiday spirit and looking downbeat, as fiscal cliff and Euro woes combine with a lack of wintry weather to spur on sell-offs in the respective commodities. That said, a turnaround in any of these elements could propel either commodity higher, as both seem supported near current levels. Enough fluff, let’s hit up the good stuff:    » read more