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Eroding Summer CDD Forecast Could Slam Fall Prices, Analysts Say

When the Energy Information Administration (EIA) releases its storage report on Thursday for the week ending June 14, analysts at Stephen Smith Energy Associates predict it will show natural gas storage at 2,435 Bcf, an increase of 88 Bcf from EIA’s previous report.

June 18, 2013

Canadian Landowners Want Abandoned Pipelines Removed

Canada’s 12 biggest pipelines predict they could all be safely shut down and abandoned for C$4.58 billion (U.S. dollar at par), in formal estimates presented to the National Energy Board (NEB). But landowners along the big dozen’s natural gas and oil conduits are protesting that the companies have only owned up to a small fraction of their environmental liability.

September 4, 2012

Canadian Landowners Want Abandoned Pipes Removed

Canada’s 12 biggest pipelines predict they could all be safely shut down and abandoned for C$4.58 billion (US$ at par), in formal estimates presented to the National Energy Board (NEB). But landowners along the big dozen’s natural gas and oil conduits are protesting that the companies have only owned up to a small fraction of their environmental liability.

September 3, 2012

Shale Gas Seen as Major Factor in LNG Export

The prospects for exporting U.S. natural gas are intertwined with a whole set of variables that are becoming increasingly tough to predict, according to the lead gas and electricity prognosticator at the California Energy Commission (CEC).

January 25, 2012

Multiple Factors Complicate Natural Gas Export Issue

The prospects for exporting U.S. natural gas are intertwined with a whole set of variables that are becoming increasingly tough to predict, according to the lead gas and electricity prognosticator at the California Energy Commission (CEC).

January 23, 2012

Analysts: Shale Will Be Top Source For Natgas in U.S. by 2030

Energy analysts predict more than 50% of the natural gas produced in the United States will come from shale by the year 2030, coupled with a rising demand for natural gas in power generation and an opportunity to export to world markets.

November 28, 2011

Analysts: Most U.S. Natgas to Come From Shale by 2030

Energy analysts predict more than 50% of the natural gas produced in the United States will come from shale by the year 2030, coupled with a rising demand for natural gas in power generation and an opportunity to export to world markets.

November 28, 2011

Analysts: Eagle Ford to Rival Bakken for Tight Oil

The outlook for oil output from the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas is strong enough to cause analysts at Wood Mackenzie to predict that it will rival the Bakken Shale by 2015 as North America’s leading tight-oil producer.

October 12, 2011

Challenges Foreseen to Boost Gas Demand by 2030

Energy experts predict that natural gas will surpass coal and become the second most widely used fossil fuel on Earth by 2030, but said challenges remain for the industry to make that a reality.

October 10, 2011

Substantial Natural Gas Growth by 2030, But Much Work Remains

Energy experts predict that natural gas will surpass coal and become the second most widely used fossil fuel on Earth by 2030, but said challenges remain for the industry to make that a reality.

October 4, 2011
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