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‘Big Flood’ of LNG Coming, Says Industry Veteran

Some time ago, the North American shale gas surprise gathered enough momentum to turn liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers bound for the United States around, sparking a frenzy to construct liquefaction and export capacity on U.S. and Canadian shores. A “big flood” of LNG is on its way in the next several years, an industry veteran told NGI.

July 8, 2013

‘Big Flood’ of LNG Over Next Several Years, Says Industry Veteran

Some time ago, the North American shale gas surprise gathered enough momentum to turn liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers bound for the United States around, sparking a frenzy to construct liquefaction and export capacity on U.S. and Canadian shores. A “big flood” of LNG is on its way in the next several years, an industry veteran told NGI.

July 3, 2013

U.S. LNG Seen Cheaper than Australia’s

Global buyers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will increasingly turn to the United States, casting a shadow over Australia’s LNG industry, at least temporarily, said Wood Mackenzie’s Andrew McManus, head of the firm’s upstream consulting business in Australia.

June 3, 2013

Wood Mackenzie: Emerging U.S. LNG Will Overshadow Australia

Global buyers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will increasingly turn to the United States, casting a shadow over Australia’s LNG industry, at least temporarily, said Wood Mackenzie’s Andrew McManus, head of the firm’s upstream consulting business in Australia.

May 29, 2013

Suncor’s Oilsands Face Stiff Competition from U.S. Oil Shale

Suncor Energy Inc. is writing off $1.5 billion of the investment in the centerpiece of its $20.6 billion oilsands expansion, the Voyageur Upgrader, which would turn heavy bitumen into light oil, in part because of stunning production growth in U.S. oil shales.

February 8, 2013
British Columbia Ready to Topple Alberta As Top Gas Supplier

British Columbia Ready to Topple Alberta As Top Gas Supplier

When natural gas markets make a comeback, an extended foray into horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing shows British Columbia will be ready to fulfill expectations of taking over Alberta’s fading role as Canada’s top source of supply growth.

December 26, 2012

Christmas Holiday Pushes Cash, Futures Lower, Despite Winter Storm

Despite a decided turn toward more winter-like weather in a number of regions of the United States on Monday, the expected decrease in natural gas demand tied to the Christmas Holiday proved to be enough to send nearly all pricing points lower, with a majority of the declines recorded across the country coming in at more than a dime.

December 26, 2012

ANGA: Natural Gas on Agenda for Lame Duck Congress

The election may have left the balance of power in Washington basically unchanged, but the lame duck Congress, which convened this week, may turn out to be not so lame, and the outlook for natural gas interests on Capitol Hill is good, according to Regina Hopper, CEO of America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA).

November 19, 2012

Montana’s False Bakken Holds High Hopes

In Montana in a “forgotten corner of the Williston Basin,” a Texas company is gathering up acreage with the expectation that it can turn what some call the False Bakken into a true gem. And if that doesn’t work, northeast Montana has more to offer in and near the Bakken Petroleum System.

November 19, 2012

ANGA: Lame Duck Congress Has NatGas On Its Plate

The election may have left the balance of power in Washington basically unchanged, but the lame duck Congress, which convened this week, may turn out to be not so lame, and the outlook for natural gas interests on Capitol Hill is good, according to Regina Hopper, CEO of America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA).

November 19, 2012
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