Abundant

Natural Gas-Oil Price Link: Goodbye Forever?

In a world of abundant North American natural gas and a new round of oil shocks, the parting of oil and gas prices has grown so wide (25-to-1, give or take) it’s as if the two never knew each other. Were they ever really linked, asks one analyst; while another notes that gas appears to have fallen out of step with the broader commodity basket.

February 25, 2011

S&P: ‘Best of Times’ for Gas in Generation Market

As a result of the abundant, lower-priced shale gas resources being developed in the U.S., coal is in danger of losing its No. 1 spot in the power generation market — permanently, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a report released last Monday.

February 7, 2011

Shale Development Gives Gas Bigger Slice of Coal Market

As a result of the abundant, lower-priced natural gas shale resources being developed, coal is in danger of losing its No. 1 spot in the power generation market — permanently, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a recent report.

February 3, 2011

S&P: ‘Best of Times’ for Gas in Generation Market

As a result of the abundant, lower-priced natural gas shale resources being developed, coal is in danger of losing its No. 1 spot in the power generation market — permanently, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a recent report.

February 2, 2011

Energy Sector at ‘Cusp’ of Structural Shift

The U.S. energy sector is “at the cusp” of a structural shift, boosted by abundant shale gas and liquids, developing scarcity in domestic coal and the never-ending quest for oil, FBR Capital analysts said in a report.

January 3, 2011

Energy Sector at ‘Cusp’ of Structural Shift

The U.S. energy sector is “at the cusp” of a structural shift, boosted by abundant shale gas and liquids, developing scarcity in domestic coal and the never-ending quest for oil, FBR Capital analysts said in a new report.

December 22, 2010

Mexico Will Need More Gas, Says Study

Mexico is emerging as an outlet for North America’s abundant shale gas production, according to a Canadian survey of North American “continental market” prospects.

December 13, 2010

Mexico’s Imports of Gas to Climb, Says Study

Mexico is emerging as an outlet for North America’s abundant shale gas production, according to a Canadian survey of North American “continental market” prospects.

December 13, 2010

Shell Executive Expects ‘Reasonable’ Gas Prices

Abundant supplies of natural gas from North American shale plays have driven prices down to levels that make end-users and local distribution companies (LDC) smile, observed a Shell Energy North America executive at the LDC Forum last week. But no matter how much the gas industry changes, volatility remains.

September 20, 2010

Shell Executive Expects ‘Reasonable’ Gas Prices

While prices are down, volatility as a percentage of price is not, she tells conference attendees.

September 17, 2010
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