Posts Tagged ‘Natural Gas’

1 Apr 1 2014 @ 9:56am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas

File Under: Calling The Shots!

Today’s appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Box (from Phoenix, randomly) was absolutely brilliant fun. For some insane reason, anchor Joe Kernen handed the Trading Block segment over to me to interview guest host Rebecca Patterson about currencies. Unfortunately, the clip is just a short excerpt from my longest appearance on Squawk Box by far. Hark, click on the below mugshots to launch to the clip:

1 Jan 6 2014 @ 5:41pm by Matt Smith in Economy, energy consulting, Natural Gas

10 Things to Consider about the Marcellus Shale

Ok, my bad – wrong Marsalis to the left. For today, my friends, we are going to talk about the crazy cat that is the Marcellus Shale, via ten different considerations. So let’s get this show on the road, and start the countdown from ten to one: » read more

0 Jun 19 2013 @ 7:03pm by Matt Smith in Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Chips and Salsa with CLNG Chief

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

0 May 31 2013 @ 6:56pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito Bites

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

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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