Monthly Archives: April 2015

Will the U.S. Shale Gas Supply Peak Sooner Than Predicted?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Less than 10 years ago, the industry consensus was that natural gas was becoming scarce in the United States. Based on this belief, gas and oil majors spent billions building liquefied natural … Continue reading

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How Energy Efficiency Programs and Policies Are Driving Low Load Growth

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor TheĀ U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) has increased 9% since 2008, yet electricity use has not increased at all. In our last blog post, we looked at factors that are contributing to the … Continue reading

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Energy Efficiency Among Factors Contributing to the Nation’s Stagnant Electric Load

The U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) has increased 9% since 2008, yet electricity use has not increased at all. What is causing such stagnation and what might a lack of load growth mean for the future of the utility as we know it? Continue reading

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Infographic Shows U.S. Natural Gas Flow from Source to Sector

Ever wonder where the country’s natural gas comes from and where it ends up? This infographic, based on the most recent (2013) data from the Energy Information Administration, provides a visual perspective of U.S. natural gas flow beginning with the … Continue reading

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