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Posts Tagged ‘LNG stations’

3 Mar 30 2012 @ 7:17am by Matt Smith in Natural Gas, Technology

What Is Holding Back LNG Vehicles In The US?

Given gasoline prices are getting close to record highs while natural gas prices plunder to further new 10-year lows, natural gas vehicles (NGVs) are not surprisingly receiving a lot of attention in the media at the moment. Both General Motors and Chrysler have recently announced plans to sell pick-up trucks that can run on compressed natural gas (CNG), while Chesapeake Energy and General Electric are collaborating to develop natural gas infrastructure through developing 250 new filling stations. » read more

0 Feb 15 2012 @ 9:57pm by Matt Smith in Blog, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management, Risk Strategy

Something Borrowed, Something Knew

Speaking at a conference has a number of benefits; it makes you research the pants off the topic you are speaking about, you get to meet random yet fascinating people, and you get to hear about topics that are not necessarily directly relevant, but interesting. So reviewing my notes from last week’s AMM conference I thought it would be useful to share some of the random facts I was presented with, and that I presented. So henceforth here is a collection of something borrowed, and something knew:  

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