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U.S. Energy Risk Seen at Lowest Level in 50 Years, Thanks to Lower 48 Oil, Natural Gas Reserves

U.S. Energy Risk Seen at Lowest Level in 50 Years, Thanks to Lower 48 Oil, Natural Gas Reserves

On the strength of domestic oil and gas production, last year saw the United States enjoy the greatest level of energy security since at least 1970, according to a report published Wednesday by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute (GEI). In the 2020 edition of its annual Index of U.S. Energy Security Risk,…

November 1, 2020

Long-Term Heat Outlook Steady; August Called A Penny Higher

August natural gas is set to open a penny higher Monday morning at $2.77 as forecasts call for no new incursions of warmth and risk managers suggest forward sales. Overnight oil markets eased.

July 18, 2016

Production Returning; August Called 13 Cents Lower

August natural gas is expected to open 13 cents lower Tuesday morning at $2.86 as traders point to a recovery in production from earlier interrupted levels. Overnight oil markets fell hard.

July 5, 2016

Renewables Group Predicts Appalachia Pipe Overbuild, Criticizes FERC

Pipeline capacity from the Marcellus/Utica shales is being overbuilt, according to a pro-renewable energy group that said in a new report the situation puts utility ratepayers, landowners and energy investors at risk. Pipeline interests disagreed and asserted a continuing need for more capacity from Appalachia.

April 27, 2016

Renewables Group Predicts Appalachia Pipe Overbuild, Criticizes FERC

Pipeline capacity from the Marcellus/Utica shales is being overbuilt, according to a pro-renewable energy group that said in a new report the situation puts utility ratepayers, landowners and energy investors at risk. Pipeline interests disagreed and asserted a continuing need for more capacity from Appalachia.

April 27, 2016
Shale ‘Unquestionably’ Helped Cut U.S. Energy Security Risk for Third Consecutive Year, Says Report

Shale ‘Unquestionably’ Helped Cut U.S. Energy Security Risk for Third Consecutive Year, Says Report

The domestic shale revolution was “unquestionably the single biggest factor” behind the nation’s overall energy security risk declining for a third consecutive year, and that decline is expected to continue, leading to the possibility that the nation could soon become energy self-sufficient, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for 21st Century Energy.

January 6, 2016

Report on Fracking Transparency Praises BHP, Sees Core Group of ‘Disclosure Leaders’

Among a sample of 30 top U.S. exploration and production (E&P) companies, risk management disclosure practices have improved since 2014, but more work needs to be done to communicate how drillers are reducing their environmental impacts, according to an annual green-leaning investor report on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) transparency.

December 23, 2015

Storage Versus Seasonality: December Called A Penny Higher

December natural gas is set to open a penny higher Thursday morning at $2.27 as traders focus on the never-ending dichotomy of weather versus storage and hone their projections for Friday’s storage report. Overnight oil markets slumped.

November 12, 2015

Futures Firm on Cooler Temperature Outlook; January Called a Penny Higher

January natural gas is set to open a penny higher Monday morning at $3.02 as prices manage to hold $3 technical support and weather forecasts calling for cold remain mostly unchanged.

December 29, 2014

U.S. Drilling Its Way to Greater Energy Security, Chamber Says

With U.S. oil and gas producers continuing to do their thing, America’s energy security continues to grow, according to the latest U.S. Chamber of Commerce assessment.

November 20, 2014
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