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Natural Gas Suppliers Tout Certified Gas, RNG as ‘Bridge Products’ to Decarbonization

Natural Gas Suppliers Tout Certified Gas, RNG as ‘Bridge Products’ to Decarbonization

Decarbonizing natural gas consumption is considerably more complex than doing so for electricity, but U.S. gas suppliers are up for the challenge, industry players said this week. The ultimate goal to neutralize the climate-warming impact of natural gas is large-scale deployment of low-carbon hydrogen, along with carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), said BP plc’s…

September 14, 2022
Natural Gas ‘Golden Age’ Could Diversify LDC Project Players

Natural Gas ‘Golden Age’ Could Diversify LDC Project Players

Local natural gas distribution companies are showing signs of becoming more collaborative in developing greenfield infrastructure projects, a representative of storage tank specialist Cashman Preload Cryogenics (CPC) said at the LDC Gas Forum Southeast in Savannah, GA last month. Traditionally, a local distribution company (LDC) would own, operate, and invest in greenfield projects, CPC’s Jeff…

April 4, 2022
ConocoPhillips Analyst Sees Evolution of Natural Gas Market

ConocoPhillips Analyst Sees Evolution of Natural Gas Market

Slower-than-usual rig count growth, fewer uncompleted wells and a shrinking coal generation fleet are contributing to an atypical natural gas market recovery, according to analysts with ConocoPhillips. At the LDC Gas Forum Southeast in Savannah, GA, on Monday, ConocoPhillips’ Matt Henderson, a senior market analyst, said the industry had entered “a bit of a new…

March 22, 2022
Global Price Spikes Create ‘Favorable’ Conditions for Second Wave of North American LNG Projects, Expansions

Global Price Spikes Create ‘Favorable’ Conditions for Second Wave of North American LNG Projects, Expansions

Soaring natural gas prices in Europe and Asia and a tight global natural gas market could get planned North American liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects across the finish line. A trio of experts spoke Tuesday on dynamics in the LNG market at the LDC Natural Gas Forum in New Orleans. NGI’s LNG Insight Senior Editor…

October 12, 2021
U.S. Natural Gas ‘Off to the Races’ on Strong LNG, Mexico Demand and Producer Discipline

U.S. Natural Gas ‘Off to the Races’ on Strong LNG, Mexico Demand and Producer Discipline

U.S. natural gas demand and prices are “off to the races,” driven by a convergence of supply and demand-related factors as the world emerges from Covid-19, IHS Markit’s Jack Weixel, senior director, said Monday. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to the global market, pipeline exports to Mexico, and capital discipline by upstream producers all have…

July 19, 2021
Renewable Natural Gas Potential ‘Just Scratching the Surface,’ but Obstacles Remain

Renewable Natural Gas Potential ‘Just Scratching the Surface,’ but Obstacles Remain

New buyers are emerging for the renewable natural gas (RNG) market, which has historically been driven by the transportation sector, industry experts said Monday. Sustainability and voluntary customers, which are companies and institutions looking to clean up their carbon profiles, have become a key emerging trend, Innova Energy Services CFO David Tucker said at the…

June 8, 2021
U.S. LNG Projects Said to Face Significant Hurdles to Sell Supply

U.S. LNG Projects Said to Face Significant Hurdles to Sell Supply

The global liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply glut, exposure to European pipeline gas price risk and Asian gas price controls make it difficult for U.S. export project developers to sign long-term deals indexed to Henry Hub prices, according to an industry executive. Potential customers are “looking at a current price scenario of $4.00-5.00/MMBtu and we’re…

November 12, 2020
Henry Hub Price Volatility Low, Except in Southeast, Say Experts

Henry Hub Price Volatility Low, Except in Southeast, Say Experts

The U.S. unconventional oil and gas revolution has helped to lower realized natural gas prices, reduce concerns about domestic energy security and more recently, price volatility, particularly at the Henry Hub, according to energy experts.

April 11, 2018
Southeast Natural Gas Price Volatility Thriving in Direct Contrast to Henry Hub

Southeast Natural Gas Price Volatility Thriving in Direct Contrast to Henry Hub

The U.S. unconventional oil and gas revolution has helped to lower realized natural gas prices, reduce concerns about domestic energy security and more recently, price volatility, particularly at the Henry Hub, according to energy experts.

April 10, 2018
Low Oil Prices, New Demand, Weather Could Push Up Gas Prices, Says Macquarie Strategist

Low Oil Prices, New Demand, Weather Could Push Up Gas Prices, Says Macquarie Strategist

Low oil prices could bolster a dry gas strategy, keeping liquids prices low and cutting into associated gas production, just as a raft of new petrochemical, methanol and other manufacturing projects that would increase gas demand are nearing operation.

April 13, 2016
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