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Asia-Pacific Natural Gas Market Said Robust

The Asia-Pacific market for natural gas, and in particular, liquefied natural gas (LNG), is likely to stay robust for the long-term, two Singapore-based energy attorneys said last week. A shift also is seen in moving from conventional to more unconventional gas resources.

January 28, 2013

Asian Gas Market to Grow Stronger, Say Experts

The Asian market for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is likely to stay robust for the long term, two Singapore-based energy attorneys said Tuesday. They also predicted a shift from conventional to more unconventional gas resources in the region.

January 24, 2013

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The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) announced this week that Chesapeake Energy Corp. vice president of government affairs Dave Spigelmyer has been re-elected as the organization’s chair. Randy Albert (COO, Gas Operations, CONSOL Energy), Scott Roy (vice president, Government and Regulatory Affairs, Range Resources Corp.) and John Mollenkopf (senior vice president and COO, MarkWest Energy Partners) were re-elected as vice chair, treasurer and secretary, respectively. The 2013 executive board members are: Dave Cannon, deputy general counsel, Government and Environmental Affairs, EQT Corp.; Jeff Kupfer, senior advisor, Policy and Government Affairs, Chevron; Heather Lamparter, vice president, Legal, EXCO Resources (PA), LLC; Craig Mayer, general counsel, Pennsylvania General Energy; Gary Smith, vice president and general manager, EOG Resources; and Jack Williams, president, XTO Energy. John Bonn, president of NiSource Midstream Services, NiSource Gas Transmission & Storage, and Terry Bossert, senior vice president, Environment & Regulatory Affairs, Chief Oil & Gas, were elected by their peers to serve as at-large members of the Executive Board. Formed three years ago as an organization tasked with addressing issues regarding the production of natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays, the MSC has grown to a diverse, member-driven organization representing virtually every business segment along the robust shale supply chain in the region.

December 7, 2012
Fertilizer Manufacturer Lauds Abundance of Shale Gas

Fertilizer Manufacturer Lauds Abundance of Shale Gas

CF Industries Holdings Inc., an agricultural fertilizer manufacturer and distributor, reported record third quarter earnings on Tuesday and said low natural gas costs were part of a favorable outlook for 2013.

November 8, 2012

Canaccord Genuity: ‘Fundamentals in Place’ For $4 Gas

Robust demand from the power generation sector has helped to rebalance the natural gas market and fundamentals are in place for prices to increase to “at least $4[/Mcf] this winter,” according to Canaccord Genuity analyst John Gerdes.

September 24, 2012

Canaccord Genuity: ‘Fundamentals in Place’ For $4 Gas

Robust demand from the power generation sector has helped to rebalance the natural gas market and fundamentals are in place for prices to increase to “at least $4[/Mcf] this winter,” according to Canaccord Genuity analyst John Gerdes.

September 18, 2012

Avista Resource Plan: Plenty of Gas Supplies

A combination of slackened demand and robust production will make natural gas supplies plentiful in the Pacific Northwest until 2029 at least, Spokane, WA-based Avista Utilities recently told regulators in the three states in which it has gas and electric operations.

September 14, 2012

Supply Glut, Warm Winter Cut Both Ways for Boardwalk

The conditions that have been keeping a lid on natural gas prices — unusually warm winter weather and robust gas supplies — had both positive and negative impacts on Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP’s (BPP) business in 1Q2012, according to CEO Stan Horten.

May 2, 2012

Futures Dip Below $2 For First Time in 10 Years; Market Weakens

Both the cash and futures marched lower Wednesday. The looming question of where the current storage surplus combined with robust production will find a home come October continues to pressure the market. Futures slipped below $2, establishing a new 10-year low. Most markets were off by about a nickel, and Northeast points hovered in the vicinity of unchanged.

April 12, 2012

Oil, Gas Development Could ‘Reindustrialize’ America

Robust natural gas and oil supply growth has the potential by 2020 to “radically reindustrialize” the United States and Canada and create “the New Middle East,” as long as politics don’t get in the way, according to an indepth report prepared by the energy team at Citigroup Global Markets Inc.

March 23, 2012
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