Category Archives: Natural Gas

What Could Change the Future of U.S. Natural Gas Demand?

Robust supply delivered by shale gas has driven down prices, and projections tell us we can expect this robust supply to last well into the future. But it appears that U.S. domestic gas demand may not have much more room for growth. For now, the great hope for the gas industry appears to be growth in exports. Continue reading

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LNG Dawns on the High Seas

In the 1920s, cruise ships made a leap in transportation fuel from coal to heavy fuel oil. Since that time, the industry has vastly expanded with luxury liners sailing on nearly every ocean while pampering passengers with well-appointed rooms, fine … Continue reading

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Three Western Governors Talk Energy

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator In some ways Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming look a lot alike. Parts of each state are sparsely populated prairie, and each state has beautiful mountains and wonderful skiing. Each state is an important … Continue reading

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Update on the Expanding Mexican Gas Market

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator In an August 2016 blog post we wrote “…it appears Mexico is poised to enter a common competitive gas market with the U.S. and Canada. And there is even talk in the future … Continue reading

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Energy Prices Aren’t Always Predictable, Part II – the Natural Gas Version

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator Last week I wrote about how many in the electricity industry were surprised by price behavior during the solar eclipse.  This week, let’s look at another unique event – Hurricane Harvey hitting the … Continue reading

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U.S. Becomes a Net Natural Gas Exporter

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator The U.S. has traditionally been a natural gas importer that depends on pipeline supplies from Canada, and, to a lesser extent, amounts of gas via LNG tanker. Source: Data from EIA website … Continue reading

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When Will the U.S. Natural Gas Market Turn?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator Natural gas prices in North America are closely watched by industrial corporations, electric generators, marketers, gas utilities, and now even international marketers and consumers of natural gas. These prices have remained historically low … Continue reading

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