Tag Archives: Natural Gas Prices

Mild Weather, Aggressive Storage Injections Keep Natural Gas Prices Low

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Earlier this year many Americans broadened their vocabulary with a term that flanked the Northeast in record-low temperatures: the ‘polar vortex.’ Gas traders associated the term with higher natural gas prices. Gas storage owners associated … Continue reading

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Fundamentals Rule Natural Gas Pricing, Part II

by Belinda Petty, Enerdynamics Instructor Last week’s blog post discussed how and why fundamentals rule natural gas pricing. Following up on that discussion, here are a few examples of events or scenarios that in recent years have been game-changing on both … Continue reading

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Fundamentals Rule Natural Gas Pricing, Part I

by Belinda Petty, Enerdynamics Instructor Natural gas prices in North America rise and fall. In the last decade, the Henry Hub monthly price has been as high as $14/MMBtu and as low as $2/MMBtu. How can the same commodity at the … Continue reading

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Stealth Demand for Natural Gas Fuel is Quietly Building

by Belinda Petty, Enerdynamics Instructor Those in the natural gas industry are very aware of the natural gas supply surplus in the U.S. Articles fill industry trade newsletters and mainstream media. Additionally, there are numerous blurbs outlining big future demand … Continue reading

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Mexico: Long-term Gas Producer but Short-term Gas Importer

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor In the energy industry, it is important to distinguish between short-term trends and long-term trends. Just seeing the short-term can result in missing a contrary long-term trend. For instance, in 2008 natural gas … Continue reading

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Gas Industry Overview is Enerdynamics’ latest online course to benefit from update and revamp

By John Ferrare, Enerdynamics CEO Enerdynamics recently released an updated version of its popular online course Gas Industry Overview. I’m often asked about how we handle updates to our online curriculum. Following is a brief discussion on the behind-the-scenes process of ensuring … Continue reading

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Is the World Entering the Age of Long-term Natural Gas Prosperity?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Sometimes in life, we find out that what we thought we knew to be true actually isn’t.  Saturday’s Wall Street Journal ran a review of Mario Livio’s book titled Brilliant Blunders.  The … Continue reading

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Will Low Natural Gas Prices Stall the Shale Gas Boom?

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor  The U.S. natural gas market is on the verge of a decades-long growth period due to the robust development of shale gas. While optimism about U.S. gas supplies is not new – it has been a … Continue reading

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LNG Rail, Trucking, and Shipping Soon to Be Common?

by  Bob Shively, Enerdynamics’ President and Lead Instructor Low North American natural gas prices continue to fundamentally change the future of energy.  In Enerdynamics’ blog, we’ve already talked about the shift to gas-fired electricity generation[1], development of Compressed Natural Gas … Continue reading

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Will the United States’ Romance with Natural Gas Continue in 2013? Part II

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor In last week’s post we discussed natural gas supply and demand as well as pricing, all factors that must be considered when examining whether natural gas will continue the popularity it enjoyed … Continue reading

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