Tag Archives: Gas Pipelines

Do You Know Where Your Energy Facilities Are?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator Ever read about a gas leak and wondered if there is a gas storage field near you? Or where the closest power plant is? Or maybe you heard about a major storm … Continue reading

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Southstream Pipeline: Will Economics Triumph over Politics?

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Late last month Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet after it allegedly flew into Turkish airspace. As the world waited for the Russian Federation’s response to what its President Vladimir Putin called “a stab … Continue reading

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Gas Pipeline Proposals Abound in the European Market

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Last April as Europe was reeling from the political instability of the Ukraine and annexation of Crimea to Russia, we wrote in a blog post that “gas pipeline projects are already responding to the events in … Continue reading

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Pipeline Safety: Top Concern for All Segments of Natural Gas Industry

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Safety is cited as the No. 1 concern among all sectors of the natural gas industry (upstream, midstream, downstream, and additional stakeholders), according to Black and Veatch’s most recent report on the U.S. natural gas industry.  … Continue reading

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What Can the Energy Industry Do About Hackers and Cyberspies?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor It seems you can’t turn on the news lately without hearing the latest report about hacking and cyberspies.  And sadly, digging beyond the news makes it appear that the issue isn’t just … Continue reading

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Will Europe Walk Away from Its Shale Gas Reserves? Part II

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor In last week’s post I discussed the state of Europe’s natural gas markets and cited some reasons why, despite a growing need for natural gas, many European markets are electing to dismiss the potential of … Continue reading

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Has the Need for Remote North American Natural Gas Been Supplanted by Shale Gas?

By Bob Shively, Enerdynamics’ President and Lead Instructor Just a few years ago, Americans thought domestic natural gas supply could not keep up with growing demand.  Forecasts indicated that the U.S. would need gas supply from Alaska, Arctic Canada, and … Continue reading

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