The right incentives could allow natural gas utilities to use existing infrastructure to advance low-carbon fuels and fight climate change, according to a study commissioned by the American Gas Association (AGA). AGA consulted Concentric Energy in discovering key regulatory frameworks that would encourage the production of low carbon products. “This study leaves no doubt that…
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Strong Natural Gas Production Should Help Balance Market Against Chilly Winter, LNG Demand, AGA Says
Heating demand could prove stronger this winter than last, given National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts for colder temperatures in northern markets. But robust production levels this fall should help balance prices and meet domestic market needs and increased international demand for LNG. That assessment is according to the American Gas Association’s (AGA) winter outlook, delivered…
AGA Outlook Calls for Chilly Winter, but Strong Natural Gas Production to Help Balance Market
Heating demand could prove stronger this winter than last, given National Weather Service (NWS) forecasts for colder temperatures in northern markets. But robust production levels this fall should help the market meet demand and could help keep consumer prices from rising more than they already did this year. That assessment is according to the American…
COLUMN: Cenagas Sparks New Market Opportunities in Mexico Natural Gas Through Consulta Pública
Editor’s Note: NGI’s Mexico Gas Price Index, a leader tracking Mexico natural gas market reform, is offering the following column by Eduardo Prud’homme as part of a regular series on understanding this process.
July Natural Gas Futures Climb Back Into the Green on Increased Heat Outlook
After finishing flat a day earlier, Natural gas futures mustered new momentum on Friday, ending the week in positive territory as mid-range forecasts for more heat outshined persistently weak demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) amid fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Cooler Near-Term Weather and Coronavirus Impacts Weigh on Weekly Natural Gas Prices
Rains and relatively mild temperatures across much of the eastern half of the Lower 48, along with festering fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, curbed weekly spot gas prices for the June 15-19 period.
PG&E Fined Following Guilty Plea for Camp Fire Tragedy
After pleading guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter and another count of starting a deadly fire in Paradise, CA in 2018, the sentencing of Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) on Thursday was anticlimactic, with the court only imposing a fine of about $3.4 million. A restitution hearing is scheduled for early next year.
Permian Natural Gas Closer to More Mexico Outlets as Mirage Secures Financing
Mirage Energy Corp. has signed a $4 billion debt facility with the family office of Bluebell International to develop a natural gas project that would add cross-border capacity into Mexico and connect to the planned Permian Basin-to-Gulf Coast Whistler pipeline.
Natural Gas Futures Break Even After In-Line Storage Injection
Natural gas futures traded in a narrow range of gains and losses Thursday and ultimately finished flat after traders absorbed a relatively bullish storage report that offset weather and demand uncertainty. The July Nymex contract settled at $1.638/MMBtu. August rose one-tenth of cent to $1.728.
The Offtake: LNG in Brief
A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight