Predicts

Ohio Sees Increase in Out-of-State Well Wastewater

Ohio officials say the percentage of wastewater originating from out-of-state natural gas wells has increased 10% and predicts that it will continue to climb in the coming years.

June 24, 2011

API Supports Hastings Bills, State Regulation of Shale Gas

American Petroleum Institute (API) CEO Jack Gerard predicts three energy bills introduced by U.S. Rep. Doc Hastings (R-WA) will pass the House with bipartisan support but face an uncertain future in the Senate. Meanwhile, the organization will continue to lobby for regulation of the shale gas industry at the state level.

May 4, 2011

Constitution, Violence Blocking Mexico Investment

Natural gas production and demand in Mexico is forecasted to continue growing, but it will be more slowly than the government predicts, an industry consultant told NGI. Meanwhile, the country’s long-standing prohibition against foreign ownership of oil and gas resources and widespread drug cartel-related violence will hobble development that Mexico needs, he said.

April 4, 2011

Multiple Challenges Seen to Investment in Mexico

Natural gas production and demand in Mexico is forecasted to continue growing, but it will be more slowly than the government predicts, an industry consultant told NGI. Meanwhile, the country’s long-standing prohibition against foreign ownership of oil and gas resources and widespread drug cartel-related violence will hobble development that Mexico needs, he said.

April 4, 2011

Second Forecast for Another Active Hurricane Season in 2009

A second long-term forecast for the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season, this one from Andover, MA-based WSI Corp., predicts above-average storm activity, though possibly not as much as the 2008 season.

January 5, 2009

WSI Forecast: Another Active Hurricane Season in 2009

A second long-term forecast for the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season, this one from Andover, MA-based WSI Corp., predicts above-average storm activity, though possibly not as much as the 2008 season.

December 29, 2008

NEB: Multiple Factors Could Make for Soft Winter Gas Prices

Natural gas will trade in a moderate range of US$6.00-9.00/MMBtu this winter, Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) predicts in an annual heating season forecast.

November 3, 2008

NEB: Economy, Other Factors To Soften Prices

Natural gas will trade in a moderate range of US$6.00-9.00/MMBtu this winter, Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) predicts in an annual heating season forecast.

November 3, 2008

WSI Ups Forecast: Nine Hurricanes This Year

With four named storms already charted this year, including two hurricanes, WSI Corp. has increased by one the number of named storms and hurricanes that it predicts will form in the Atlantic Basin this year, calling now for 15 named storms and nine hurricanes, including four intense hurricanes (Category 3 or greater) to form.

July 23, 2008

Smith Sees Higher 2008 Henry Hub Average at $8.05

Forecasting higher storage withdrawals this winter than last and less available liquefied natural gas (LNG), analyst Stephen Smith predicts that 2008 Henry Hub prices will exceed last year’s by more than $1/MMBtu. The caveat is that the rest of the winter does not turn out to be much warmer than normal.

February 4, 2008
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