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More U.S. Gas Said Bound for Mexico

U.S. exports of natural gas to Mexico will grow as the country’s production fails to keep pace with demand and new pipelines on both sides of the border relieve transport constraints. However, Mexico eventually could come to rely on supply from its share of the Eagle Ford Shale, and U.S. gas could find higher prices overseas through liquefaction and export, Goldman Sachs said last Friday.

February 11, 2013

Goldman: More U.S. Gas Bound for Mexico

U.S. exports of natural gas to Mexico will grow as the country’s production fails to keep pace with demand and new pipelines on both sides of the border relieve transport constraints. However, Mexico eventually could come to rely on supply from its share of the Eagle Ford Shale, and U.S. gas could find higher prices overseas through liquefaction and export, Goldman Sachs said Friday.

February 11, 2013

Gas Rigs Decline Yet December Marches Lower

December natural gas posted a new low Friday as analysts factored in a continued weak technical picture along with a weather outlook that fails to even hint at seasonally cool temperatures. The number of rigs drilling for gas, however, posted a steep decline. December fell 6.5 cents to $3.584 and January skidded 5.1 cents to $3.696. December crude oil continued its march higher, adding $1.21 to $98.99/bbl.

November 14, 2011

SoCal Butane Facility’s Safety Record Spotless, Operator Says

Public concern over two 40-year-old butane storage tanks operated by a unit of a Houston-based company in San Pedro, CA, fails to recognize the facility’s spotless safety record, the operator maintains.

October 17, 2011

Rally Fades With Losses at Nearly All Points

Arrival of some heating load fails to offset recognition of generally weak weather fundamentals.

September 29, 2011

Shale, Electric Vehicles Figure in Energy Independence

While some see doom as the outcome if the United States fails to institute a national policy on carbon dioxide emissions or a renewable portfolio standard for power generation, a cadre of researchers predicts quite the opposite, and it’s mostly thanks to the country’s recently found abundance of natural gas, the role of gas in power generation, and electric vehicles.

October 4, 2010

Academics Say Gas Is Key to Energy Independence

While some see doom as the outcome if the United States fails to institute a national policy on carbon dioxide emissions or a renewable portfolio standard for power generation, a cadre of researchers predicts quite the opposite, and it’s mostly thanks to the country’s recently found abundance of natural gas, the role of gas in power generation, and electric vehicles.

September 28, 2010

Price Hikes at Virtually All Points Get Stronger

Mild weather in Canada and the northern United States fails to halt the continuation of cash advance.

June 9, 2010

Shale is Too Much of A Good Thing for Prices

For gas producers, nothing fails like success, it would seem, as prices continue to founder on the strength of robust production out of unconventional plays. With normal weather, the industry will face record inventories at the end of next October, warned Barclays Capital analysts in a note last Wednesday.

December 22, 2008

Wish Prices Were Higher? Blame It on the Shale

For gas producers, nothing fails like success, it would seem, as prices continue to founder on the strength of robust production out of unconventional plays. With normal weather, the industry will face record inventories at the end of next October, warned Barclays Capital analysts in a Wednesday note.

December 22, 2008
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