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Barclays Says Natural Gas-Oil Ratio ‘Fly in the Ointment’ Possibly Impacting Infrastructure

Barclays Says Natural Gas-Oil Ratio ‘Fly in the Ointment’ Possibly Impacting Infrastructure

Oil has lost more than half of its relative price premium to natural gas in the past few months, with the ratio of Brent crude Henry Hub hitting its lowest level since 2009 at the end of November, but a retracement is expected in 2019, according to Barclays Research.

December 21, 2018

Permian Takeaway Pains Leading to Other U.S. Basin Gains

Pipeline capacity constraints in the crowded Permian Basin won’t lead to any sharp pullback but they have led to opportunities elsewhere in the U.S. onshore, many of the largest domestic producers said last week.

September 10, 2018
Halliburton CEO Cites Lack of ‘Customer Urgency’ in North America; 3Q Outlook Cut

Halliburton CEO Cites Lack of ‘Customer Urgency’ in North America; 3Q Outlook Cut

U.S. onshore well completions expert Keane Group Inc. joined Halliburton Co. this week in reducing third quarter forecasts on less demand than anticipated, with customer drilling efficiencies beginning to level off.

September 5, 2018
Barclays Raises Henry Hub Natural Gas Prices on Low Storage, Accelerating Exports

Barclays Raises Henry Hub Natural Gas Prices on Low Storage, Accelerating Exports

Barclays Capital analysts on Tuesday raised their Henry Hub natural gas price forecasts for the final six months on lower-than-expected storage back-up and the accelerated startup of two Gulf Coast gas export projects by Cheniere Energy Inc.

August 28, 2018
Power Demand Could Keep Natural Gas Storage at Deficit Despite Record Onshore Output

Power Demand Could Keep Natural Gas Storage at Deficit Despite Record Onshore Output

Even as Lower 48 natural gas production has reached record highs in recent days, strong power demand in the South Central region of the United States stands to challenge storage injections going into the peak summer period, according to Barclays Commodities Research.

July 10, 2018

FERC, Barclays to Settle Lawsuit Over $453M Penalty for Market Manipulation

After a four-year battle in a California federal court, FERC and Barclays Bank plc appear poised to settle a lawsuit over a $453 million penalty levied against the bank and four of its traders for alleged energy market manipulations between 2006 and 2008.

October 13, 2017
Future Gulf Coast Storms ‘Increasingly Bearish’ for U.S. Natural Gas Markets, Says Barclays

Future Gulf Coast Storms ‘Increasingly Bearish’ for U.S. Natural Gas Markets, Says Barclays

Because the Gulf Coast increasingly is the hub for natural gas exports and industrial demand, Hurricane Harvey may foretell what could occur in future natural disasters, according to Barclays Capital.

August 29, 2017

Sabine Pass Pull on Gas Market to Grow in Q2

With Sabine Pass Train 3 online and Train 4 poised to begin taking feedgas in the coming days, Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Louisiana liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal could be pulling 3 Bcf/d from the U.S. natural gas market by the second quarter, Barclays Research said in a note Wednesday.

March 22, 2017
Barclays Cuts NatGas Price to $3.02 on Warm Winter, High Storage

Barclays Cuts NatGas Price to $3.02 on Warm Winter, High Storage

Another warmer-than-usual winter has led Barclays to reduce its 2017 natural gas price forecast to $3.02/MMBtu from $3.38. The 2Q2017 forecast was slashed to $2.78 from $3.25.

March 16, 2017
U.S. LNG Projects Could Gain if Market Tightens After 2020, Barclays Says

U.S. LNG Projects Could Gain if Market Tightens After 2020, Barclays Says

During a week when some Lower 48 liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects saw advances, analysts at Barclays Commodities Research wrote that there’s reason for the backers of U.S. LNG exports to be hopeful as the global market tightens.

December 23, 2016
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