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Mother Nature’s Wrath: Could a Devastating Hurricane Season Wreak Havoc on Natural Gas Markets?

by Cynthia Ellis, Enerdynamics Sales Manager, Texas/Southeast Watching the recent news coverage of the devastating tornadoes and their unusual size and ferocity, I couldn’t help but wonder about the 2011 hurricane season. Is it possible that this year’s hurricanes could … Continue reading

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Is the Era of Abundant, Long-term, Low-cost Natural Gas Truly Here? Part II

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President In last week’s blog post (Is the Era of Abundant, Long-term, Low-cost Natural Gas Truly Here? Part I) I discussed the price volatility that has impeded growth of the natural gas industry and how many … Continue reading

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Is the Era of Abundant Long-term Low-cost Natural Gas Truly Here? Part I

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics’ President In the mid 1990s, I attended a speaking engagement by Larry Bickle, then CEO of gas marketing company Tejas Power.  In the room full of natural gas producers and marketers, Bickle asked, “How many people … Continue reading

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