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Posts Tagged ‘coal-to-gas switching’

0 Jun 15 2012 @ 2:52pm by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

10 Tidbits

Yo, I promised I would double down on posts after shirking my responsibilities somewhat last week, so here are ten tidbits I have squirreled away from then until now to show you how nuts Energyworld™ is. Enjoy! » read more

5 May 10 2012 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Natural Gas

From The Beasties To Commodities

I was utterly gutted to hear about the passing of Adam Yauch (MCA from the Beastie Boys) last week. Although I didn’t care for the band’s early stuff like ‘Fight For Your Right To Party’ and ‘No Sleep ’til Brooklyn’, their second album ‘Paul’s Boutique’ is one of my favorite records ever, and I have been a fan ever since. So in honor of such a glorious life (from hoodrat to humanitarian), here are some Beastie Boys classics which loop their way back to Commodityland™.
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2 Jan 12 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Natural Gas, risk management

In a Galaxy Not So Far, Far Away…

Recently I’ve been sounding like a broken record as I keep referencing how natural gas prices are re-enacting a certain scene from Star Wars.

It’s the one where the Millennium Falcon is being inextricably pulled towards the Death Star by a tractor beam…except in naturalgasworld™, natty is the Millennium Falcon and the Death Star is below the $3 mark. With me so far? Good, good. The analogies, however, do not end there. There is a number of themes which flow through natural gas like the force…and here are but a few. » read more