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Onshore Infrastructure Boom Just Beginning, Says Raymond James

The uptrend in North America’s unconventional natural gas and oil supplies and global demand dynamics suggests that the outlook for pipeline and storage infrastructure development may not only be bullish but also long-term, according to analysts with Raymond James & Associates Inc.

June 3, 2013

Onshore Infrastructure Boom Just Beginning, Says Raymond James

The uptrend in North America’s unconventional natural gas and oil supplies and global demand dynamics suggests that the outlook for pipeline and storage infrastructure development may not only be bullish but also long-term, according to analysts with Raymond James & Associates Inc.

June 3, 2013

Raymond James: ‘Can’t Fight Fate’ on Growth in U.S. Gas Output

For nearly two straight years U.S. natural gas output has climbed almost continuously — and 2012 could see even stronger growth, according to the energy team at Raymond James & Associates Inc.

November 15, 2011

Anschutz Sues New York Town Over Drilling Ban

An attorney representing Anschutz Exploration Corp. (AEC) has filed suit against the Town of Dryden, NY, arguing that the town of overstepped its authority when it enacted an ordinance and a zoning requirement this summer banning all oil and gas development activities.

September 21, 2011

Raymond James to Gas Bulls: Get Real

Reality suggests that even with a “modest” decline in the U.S. natural gas rig count in 2012, structural drivers should “more than offset” the drop and gas supply growth even may accelerate over the coming year, the energy team with Raymond James & Associates Inc. said last week.

August 29, 2011

Raymond James to Gas Bulls: Get Real

Reality suggests that even with a “modest” decline in the U.S. natural gas rig count in 2012, structural drivers should “more than offset” the drop and gas supply growth even may accelerate over the coming year, the energy team with Raymond James & Associates Inc. said late Monday.

August 24, 2011

IEA: Natural Gas Entering ‘Golden Age’

In a new report the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests that the world is entering a “golden age” for natural gas, based on growing supplies from shale plays, environmental worries over coal-fired power plant emissions and the fizzling of the nuclear renaissance.

June 13, 2011

IEA Sees ‘Golden Age’ for Gas

In a new report the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests that the world is entering a “golden age” for natural gas, based on growing supplies from shale plays, environmental worries over coal-fired power plant emissions and the fizzling of the nuclear renaissance.

June 7, 2011

Researcher: Shale Wells Leak More Methane

New research suggests that methane leaked during shale natural gas drilling and production activities is more than that seen from wells in conventional plays and is a more serious threat to global warming than carbon dioxide (CO2) released from coal. However, the report’s findings drew criticism upon their release.

April 13, 2011

U.S. Mostly on Global LNG Sidelines, Say Analysts

Global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is growing more than twice as fast as overall gas demand and about six times faster than demand for oil; however, North America and the Atlantic Basin in general are playing a comparatively smaller role in the LNG boom, according to a new analysis by Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. Securities Inc. (TPH).

April 26, 2010
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