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Posts Tagged ‘LNG imports’

0 Mar 21 2013 @ 10:56am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management

Energy…from Cake!

Listening to my iPod on shuffle this weekend, I rediscovered my appetite for the band, Cake. Upon further delving into their back catalogue I discovered a theme. So through their playlist here is how it is possible to get energy…from Cake.      » read more

0 Jul 19 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, UK natural gas

The Natgas Skinny From The Economist

Last week’s print edition of The Economist had a special feature which ran the gamut across the world of natural gas. Seven articles covered wide-ranging topics, from LNG to fracking to the various regional natural gas markets.

While I highly recommend taking a look at these articles, I appreciate it takes a while to get through them (plus there is a paywall limiting access to only 5 articles a week). So to help you wonderful folks out, I have done the hard work and have extracted some of the key points from these seven pieces, and put them into a bite-size format. I hope you enjoy!

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2 Jan 6 2012 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Happy 2012 and all that gubbins. Time to get our heads out of the clouds (lenticular ones at that, see left) and our feet back on the ground after a welcome respite. This first trading week of the year has sure been eventful, although somewhat with familiar themes flowing through it. Crude prices have been involved in a game of tug-of-war, with geopolitical concerns on one end of the rope, and European debt woes on the other. As for natural gas, there is again the familiar themes of non-extreme weather and strong supply / storage data to aid it in pootling lower. Any hoo, let’s chew: » read more