Tag Archives: Natural gas industry

A New Workforce Will Drive Energy’s Future

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator Not too long ago, utility workers were overwhelmingly male and white, and they tended to stay at the same utility for decades of employment. Now studies show that in most utilities, as much … Continue reading

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What Does High Supply, Low Prices Mean for Natural Gas Business in 2016?

  by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Despite low prices and falling drilling rates, natural gas production is expected to grow more in 2016 due to increased drilling efficiency, price-hedged production, and producers who either physically or financially … Continue reading

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New Edition of ‘Understanding Today’s Natural Gas Business’ Now Available

Looking to brush up on natural gas trends in 2016 or just starting in the energy industry and need a solid overview of how the natural gas business operates?  Enerdynamics recently released its 2015 edition of Understanding Today’s Natural Gas Business, a … 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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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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A Dickensian Winter in the Natural Gas Industry

The Eastern U.S. has seen one of the most extreme winters in history while the Western U.S. has experienced record warm temperatures and drought conditions. What impact has this had on natural gas prices and why? Continue reading

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