Mackenzie

Mackenzie Project Dodges Federal-Provincial Constitutional Battle

A separate arena has been created for a duel over constitutional aspects of Canada’s northern pipeline plan, sparing the beleaguered Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP) a potentially lengthy further regulatory delay.

February 12, 2007

Wood Mackenzie: Forming Tropical Storm Has Potential to Affect GOM

A tropical storm now forming in the Atlantic Basin is “a storm with the potential we are really looking out for,” a Wood Mackenzie energy analyst said Wednesday. If the developing storm becomes the next hurricane, to be named Ernesto, “it has a much more favorable pathway to affect Gulf of Mexico (GOM) production” and “could turn into a threat by the end of this week potentially,” said Eugene Kim, Wood Mac’s senior analyst for North American natural gas research.

August 24, 2006

Analysts Project Drop in Canadian Gas Exports Due to Oilsands Demand

Without innovations that can reduce gas demand from oilsands development in Canada or significant new supply from the Mackenzie Delta region, some analysts are predicting that Canadian gas exports to the United States could tumble by as much as 5.5 Bcf/d (63%) by 2020.

August 7, 2006

Analysts Project Drop in Canadian Gas Exports Due to Oilsands Demand

Without innovations that can reduce gas demand from oilsands development in Canada or significant new supply from the Mackenzie Delta region, some analysts are predicting that Canadian gas exports to the United States could tumble by as much as 5.5 Bcf/d (63%) by 2020.

August 1, 2006

Wood Mackenzie Chief Says Unconventional Oil, Gas Resources Will Drive the Market

While domestic supply concerns will make increased liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports necessary, David Morrison, chairman of Wood Mackenzie, said he doesn’t expect to see much of a change in domestic gas prices.

August 3, 2005

Consultant: LNG Won’t Lead to Sharply Lower U.S. Spot Prices

Don’t count on a multitude of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals and a flood of LNG collapsing domestic gas prices, said James Trifon, Wood Mackenzie’s managing consultant for North America LNG. Most of the import terminals planned won’t make it, and the underlying tight domestic supply situation will continue to support the market, he said in a preview of a presentation to be given at GasMart on March 18 in New Orleans (see http://www.gasmart.com/).

February 21, 2005

Consultant: LNG Won’t Lead to Sharply Lower U.S. Spot Prices

Don’t count on a multitude of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals and a flood of LNG collapsing domestic gas prices, said James Trifon, Wood Mackenzie’s managing consultant for North America LNG. Most of the import terminals planned won’t make it, and the underlying tight domestic supply situation will continue to support the market, he said in a preview of a presentation to be given at GasMart on March 18 in New Orleans (see http://www.gasmart.com/).

February 15, 2005

NEB Blocks Aboriginal Attempt to Hinder Mackenzie Project

Aboriginal politics, formerly a lethal snare in northern Canada, will not be allowed to trip up the Mackenzie Gas Project, a ruling by the National Energy Board has confirmed.

January 31, 2005

Lack of Access, Infrastructure Hurts Industry, Says Panel

Without new liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities and Arctic gas pipelines from Alaska and the Mackenzie Delta, North American gas supply won’t grow more than 25 Tcf, and without more access to gas supplies from the Rocky Mountains, there may even be a decline, Don Santa, president of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), said last week.

January 24, 2005

Lack of Access, Infrastructure Hurts Industry, Says Panel

Without new liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities and Arctic gas pipelines from Alaska and the Mackenzie Delta, North American gas supply won’t grow more than 25 Tcf, and without more access to gas supplies from the Rocky Mountains, there may even be a decline, Don Santa, president of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), said this week.

January 21, 2005
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