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Japan Won’t Knock Forever on Alaska’s LNG Door

Natural gas-hungry Japan is knocking on Alaska’s door, but the world’s third-largest economy won’t wait forever for liquefied North Slope gas — or pay dearly for it. The message to state lawmakers and the energy industry: hurry up with cost-competitive supply — or you’ll add even more years to the decades-long effort to commercialize those long-stymied gas reserves.

June 3, 2013

Alaska LNG Prospects: Not All Bad, Not All Good

Natural gas-hungry Japan is knocking on Alaska’s door, but the world’s third-largest economy won’t wait forever for liquefied North Slope gas — or pay dearly for it. The message to state lawmakers and the energy industry: hurry up with cost-competitive supply — or you’ll add even more years to the decades-long effort to commercialize those long-stymied gas reserves.

June 3, 2013

BP CEO: Talk of Peak Oil Ends, Challenges Remain

The global energy business is for the optimistic, those unafraid of facing challenges and taking risks, and it will forever be so, BP plc Group CEO Bob Dudley said last week before a crowd at IHS CERAWeek 2013 in Houston.

March 11, 2013

BP CEO: Talk of Peak Oil Ends, Challenges Remain

The global energy business is for the optimistic, those unafraid of facing challenges and taking risks, and it will forever be so, BP plc Group CEO Bob Dudley said Wednesday before a crowd at IHS CERAWeek 2013 in Houston.

March 7, 2013

Basis Blowouts May Return, Analyst Warns

The recent construction wave of natural gas pipeline infrastructure might have flattened basis differentials, but not forever, according to BNP Paribas analyst Teri Viswanath. More infrastructure will be needed to avoid market constraints and basis spikes down the road, she wrote in a market note last week.

October 1, 2012

Without More Pipelines, Basis Blowouts May Return, Analyst Warns

The recent construction wave of natural gas pipeline infrastructure might have flattened basis differentials, but not forever, according to BNP Paribas analyst Teri Viswanath. More infrastructure will be needed to avoid market constraints and basis spikes down the road, she wrote in a Tuesday market note.

September 27, 2012

Enterprise: Ethane, Propane Stocks Will Be Worked Off

Currently growing inventories of ethane and propane are due to different factors and won’t continue forever, Enterprise Products Partners LP COO Jim Teague said last Wednesday. Longer-term, the company remains bullish on the natural gas liquids (NGL) demand story in the U.S. Gulf Coast and beyond.

May 7, 2012

Enterprise: Ethane, Propane Stocks Will Be Worked Off

Currently growing inventories of ethane and propane are due to different factors and won’t continue forever, Enterprise Products Partners LP COO Jim Teague said Wednesday. Longer-term, the company remains bullish on the natural gas liquids (NGL) demand story in the U.S. Gulf Coast and beyond.

May 3, 2012

Energy Industry Leery of Returning to GOM, Says Deloitte

The Gulf of Mexico (GOM) officially may be open to deepwater drillers but the offshore production industry is leery about returning to a region that has been forever changed, a Deloitte LLP executive said Thursday.

November 22, 2010

Industry Leery of Returning to GOM, Says Deloitte

The Gulf of Mexico (GOM) officially may be open to deepwater drillers but the offshore production industry is leery about returning to a region that has been forever changed, a Deloitte LLP executive said last week.

November 22, 2010
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