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NGI’s Hub & Flow Podcast

NGI’s Hub & Flow is a podcast for busy natural gas professionals interested in a quick take on the North American energy market. Join NGI’s trusted reporters, editors and analysts as they discuss what is driving supply and demand fundamentals, prices and movements in the natural gas and LNG markets in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

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December 10, 2021

NGI editors Matthew Veazey and Leticia Gonzales discuss the natural gas standby generator backlog and how utilities are dealing with natural gas price increases, all in this holiday-themed installment of NGI’s Hub & Flow podcast. Tune in: Listening might even boost your ranking on Santa’s nice list! 
November 30, 2021

What will the next phase of unconventional U.S. oil & gas production look like? Join NGI’s Director of Strategy and Research, Patrick Rau, as he analyzes what third quarter 2021 energy earnings reports say about the North American natural gas market, with a special focus on the future of U.S. shale. Including an overview of all the major U.S. gas-producing formations, this episode dives into how oilfield cost inflation, returning free cash to shareholders and President Biden’s energy plan is affecting the natural gas industry today. 
November 19, 2021

An overview of what’s moving LNG markets and what to expect this winter as global gas prices are at historic highs and buyers are competing for cargoes like never before. Jason Feer, global head of business intelligence at consultancy and shipbroker Poten & Partners, joins Jamison Cocklin, editor of NGI’s LNG Insight, for the discussion. 
October 26, 2021

Join NGI’s Mexico & Latin America Editor Christopher Lenton as he sits down with Nikos Tsafos, the James R. Schlesinger Chair in Energy and Geopolitics with the Energy Security and Climate Change Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) as they discuss the globalization of natural gas. Listen to this podcast, and gain perspective on soaring natural gas prices, the energy crunch in Europe, where natural gas markets are heading this Northern Hemisphere winter, the geopolitical implications of LNG growth and how Mexico’s natural gas market – now one of the biggest in the world – must prepare for the volatility ahead.. 
October 13, 2021

Amid a global energy supply crunch, natural gas prices have skyrocketed around the world. Join NGI’s Director of Strategy & Research Patrick Rau, as he dives into what to expect from third quarter earnings reports, including where U.S. natural gas producers are with regard to boosting production, what the next wave of LNG projects is likely to look like, the industry’s laser focus on RSG (Responsibly Sourced Gas), M&A activity coming down the pike and what that might mean to midstream companies, and the potential implications of energy companies’ plans to return excess cash to shareholders. 

October 6, 2021

Superseding domestic weather, storage and production — it’s global supply worries that are really penetrating the U.S. gas market and driving this price rally that we’ve seen take place over the past month. At the heart of the matter is that both Asia and Europe have been competing all summer long — and into the fall — for gas supply as they hustle to boost their natural gas storage inventories ahead of the winter season.