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Posts Tagged ‘Atlantic hurricane season’

0 Jun 13 2013 @ 10:43am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Shale, Gales, and Tipping the Scales

Alrightee, there have been a number of key reports from the EIA this week which have prompted me to present some pertinent points, and pose some ponderations. So below is the skinny from three reports on shale, gales (well, hurricanes), and tipping scales (…of market balance).
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0 Sep 6 2012 @ 1:23pm by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Terms And Conditions

Some weeks I have a certain topic to bang the drum about, while other weeks I am juggling a random bunch of things. Yep, this is one of those weeks.

In recent days I have been pecked at by certain terms, be it terminology, terms of constraint, or terms of office. At the same time, I have been pestered by conditions  – be they weather conditions, economic conditions, or conditions to abide by. So without further rambling, here is a mixed bag of terms and conditions.

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4 May 31 2012 @ 10:52am by Matt Smith in Natural Gas, risk management, Risk Strategy

Names, Refrains, And Hurricanes

Given I am completely immersed in economic nerdiness as I prep for next week’s Platts conference, the burrito side of my brain has staged a coup and steered me back toward the more lighthearted ( / stormy) side of Energyland™.

So with the official start to Atlantic hurricane season beckoning tomorrow (June 1), let us take a look at the potential runners and riders for this swell season, as well as ten names and refrains which trundle their way back to energy. » read more