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Posts Tagged ‘UK shale’

0 Jan 31 2013 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management, Technology

The Global Shale Gas Boom…Or Is It?

Given the rapid rise of the US shale gas market, it is not surprising that similar opportunities are being explored with gusto across the globe. Given the size of technically recoverable shale gas already identified, it would seem that a global boom is inevitable….or is it? » read more

1 Apr 19 2012 @ 3:47pm by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Technology, UK natural gas

A Ring Around The Rulings

Given the influx of ruling-related rhetoric in the realm of Energyland™ this week, it seems useful to take a look at some of these announcements – which cover ground from fracs to specs, from UK shale to US LNG – to gain a better understanding. So without further fluff, let’s get our game faces on (= serious post, ahoy), and do a quick ring around the rulings.

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0 Feb 10 2012 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Friday = happy, happy! ( joy, joy!). Another week passes us by like a pooh stick in time, leaving natural gas to be supported by production cut threats (n.b. boy / wolf / crying ), while Brent crude has ripped to a six-month high on optimism of a happy ending to the Greek tragedy (err, hello?) before retracing with reality. Meanwhile, US-based WTI crude prices cannot swing back above the monkey bar of triple digits given woeful US demand. But it’s no time to brood, let’s hit up the food:  » read more