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Posts Tagged ‘global LNG’

2 Jun 6 2013 @ 10:52am by Matt Smith in Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

LNG Exports and All That Gubbins (Part 2)

So last week’s summary of the current status of LNG exports was ignited by my interest in this LNG study by ICF International, which was commissioned by the API. The report in itself is rather extensive (in a 156 pages kind-of-way), but for those folk less nerdy than myself (count your blessings), I have identified some of the key themes. So here are my top takeaways: » read more

0 Feb 24 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito Bites

Happy last Friday in February! And the bears are back on top (like our little fella to the left) in Natgasworld™, as warm weather wanes the will of the bulls, while falling production at such a minimal rate keeps supply glut concerns firmly on the radar. Meanwhile, crude prices have pushed on to nine-month highs as the spotlight has finally shifted away from Greek woes as a second Greek bailout was approved (sequel coming soon?). This respite has left the bullish influences of hope (of economic growth) and fear (of Iranian oil supply losses) to rally prices, as economic data leans positive, while Iranian actions remain confrontational. But no more delay, let’s hit the (food) tray! 

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