Tag Archives: Natural gas supply

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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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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Shale Gas Roils Gas Markets

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor If there’s one thing certain about natural gas markets it’s that they are always subject to change. In the last decade, the shift in the U.S. supply-and-demand mix with the influx of shale gas has … Continue reading

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Supply, Demand, and the Weather: More Reasons for Low Natural Gas Prices

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Our last post explored the unexpectedly robust increase in natural gas storage inventories after the severe winter of 2013-2014 and aggressive restoration’s roll in tamping down on the forward prices for natural gas. However, the higher-than-expected … 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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