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Posts Tagged ‘LNG exports’

0 May 29 2013 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Global Energy, Natural Gas, UK natural gas

LNG Exports and All That Gubbins (Part 1)

This post is more of an appetizer compared to a more hearty meal which is to follow. The main course served later delves into a study on LNG exports and their potential economic impact. But before tucking into that, it seemed prudent to recap recent events regarding LNG exports and all that gubbins.

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0 May 24 2013 @ 10:35am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Happy, happy Friday! (and a long weekend to boot!). This past week has seen natural gas uplifted by warmer weather outlooks and LNG export approvals, while crude oil has sold off on central bank shenanigans as the fundamental backdrop continues to provide little reason to rally strongly. As the weekend beckons, kick back and relax with a bunch of new(s) snacks: » read more

1 Mar 1 2013 @ 10:56am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Good day! March madness is already underway, despite it being Non-Nonfarm Friday (no jobs data ’til next week). A fearful start to the month adds a cherry to the top of crude’s bearish week, as mixed economic data sends prices spiraling lower. Meanwhile, natural gas is sticking to the mid-three dollar mark like glue, as the prospect of the end of winter mitigates the impact of it still feeling like it. Pinch, punch, first snacks of the month: » read more

0 Jan 18 2013 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Biofuels, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito Bites

Happy Friday! This week has seen crude oil supported as it focuses on the positives –  decent data out of China and improving sentiment in broader markets due to earnings season, while supply-side concerns are forgotten for now (hark, domestic production at a 20-yr high). As for natural gas, we have seen a swift return to mid-three dollardom due to colder conditions and a storage withdrawal bullishly beyond the realms of  any analyst expectation. Enough for now, y’all let’s chow: » 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