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BNP Analyst: Longs to the Back of the Curve

A well supplied market with limited prospects for demand growth in the months ahead will weigh on natural gas prices, according to BNP Paribas’ Teri Viswanath, senior natural gas strategist.

December 17, 2012

BNP: Sticky Supply, Demand Risks Weigh on Prices

A well supplied market with limited prospects for demand growth in the months ahead will weigh on natural gas prices, according to BNP Paribas’ Teri Viswanath, senior natural gas strategist.

December 17, 2012

Northeast Power Generators Make Sense Of $9 Gas; Futures Falter

Natural gas cash points overall vaulted on average by more than a dime Wednesday as the high demand and thinly supplied Northeast registered gains approaching $1.00 or more. Points to the south of New England saw smaller gains, and the Midwest was mixed. At the close of trading December futures had eased 3.9 cents to $3.578 and January had given up 3.4 cents to $3.714. December crude oil plunged $4.27 to $84.44/bbl.

November 8, 2012

Chesapeake Eyes JVs for at Least Three More Shale Plays

Chesapeake Energy Corp. plans to sell stakes in at least three more onshore U.S. shale plays, CEO Aubrey McClendon told energy analysts Friday, and at the same time he claimed a leadership position for the company in the new natural gas age.

November 7, 2011

Chesapeake Clinches Utica JV, Eyes More in 2012

With his seventh shale-related joint venture (JV) in hand, Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Aubrey McClendon said Friday the company has plans to take partners in three, maybe more, U.S. leaseholds in 2012. The long-time shale promoter also claimed a leadership position for the company in the new natural gas age.

November 7, 2011

EIA, Experts Question Why NYT Cherry-Picked Shale Information

The Energy Information Administration (EIA), academia, industry and analysts on Tuesday continued to question why the New York Times (NYT) relied on misleading, outdated information — and failed to contact key resources — before publishing damning articles about the U.S. shale gas industry.

June 29, 2011

Sixteen Processing Plants, 5.5 Bcf/d of Gulf Production Still Offline

Sixteen natural gas processing plants in Louisiana and Texas that had a pre-hurricane flow volume of 5.45 Bcf/d remain shut down, according to information supplied by Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman to a Senate panel last Thursday.

October 31, 2005

DOE Reports 16 Processing Plants Still Offline; Recovery to Take ‘Many More Months’

Sixteen natural gas processing plants in Louisiana and Texas that had a pre-hurricane flow volume of 5.45 Bcf/d remain shut down, according to information supplied by Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman to a Senate panel Thursday.

October 28, 2005

Industry Briefs

FirstEnergy Corp. sold its retail gas marketing business, FirstEnergy Solutions, to Amerada Hess Corp. on Friday. FirstEnergy Solutions supplied gas to 1,900 commercial and industrial customers in selected areas within Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Terms of the deal weren’t released. Akron, OH-based FirstEnergy holds seven electric utility operating companies with 4.4 million customers in Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

March 21, 2005

PJM Supplies FERC Staff with Data on Market Activity of Participant

PJM Interconnection’s market monitoring unit (MMU) has supplied staff at FERC with information related to the recent market activity of a PJM market participant after a request for such information was submitted to the grid operator by FERC’s Division of Energy Market Oversight (DEMO).

November 3, 2003
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