The recent posts here on the burrito about LNG exports seem to have struck a chord with the energy community; features across various sites have yielded positive feedback, while being name-checked and linked to by the Wall Street Journal has done nothing to hinder readership. All this traction has culminated in a most wonderful opportunity to quiz the President of the Center for LNG (CLNG), Bill Cooper, on his views. CLNG is a trade association, and acts as a clearinghouse for educational and technical information on LNG. Henceforth are Bill’s candid and straight-shooting responses…glorious stuff. » read more
Posts Tagged ‘Natural Gas’
Good day! We bid goodbye to May, and look ahead to June (hark, Atlantic Hurricane Season, potential stimulus tapering, Wimbledon…), and the doozie of a week ahead of us. The week that was has seen oil markets try to weigh up Opec rumors and whether good is bad or bad is good is bad or good (um, I’m lost), while natural gas has been larroped by moderating weather outlooks. But before the bountiful buffet of economic data next week, let us kick back, relax, and recharge with these snacks: » read more
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.
Nick Grealy is one of the leading advocates of shale gas in Europe. As well as being the publisher of the site No Hot Air, Nick consults on the impact of shale gas, and has appeared in front of UK Parliamentary Committees and on such shows as BBC’s Newsnight to discuss the topic.
Nick is very passionate, opinionated, and a little eccentric. In a world in which shale gas is generally portrayed in a negative light, Nick instead sees it as a bridge to a low carbon environment. So enjoy below some colorful responses from ‘The Shale Gas Guru’. » read more
Happy Friday once again! This week that was has seen oil markets do a dramatic U-turn, charging higher on improving market sentiment and not a lot else. As for natural gas, prices have eased lower as temperatures move toward more neutral levels to negate heating demand. After a hectic week, kick back and relax, so grab a plate and hit up the snacks: » read more