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

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor U.S. producers have enjoyed great success using hydraulic fracturing (fracking) to extract natural gas from shale formations. Fracking is a game changer that has swelled domestic gas supplies and sent U.S. gas prices falling even … Continue reading

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Why Low Natural Gas Prices Matter A Lot

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor U.S. natural gas prices have fallen to lows not seen in a decade and have stayed at the lowest levels we’ve seen in a decade. As I write this in late October … Continue reading

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U.S. Chemical Companies Benefit from Low Natural Gas Prices

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor As natural gas and coal companies watch their stock prices sink due to low natural gas prices, U.S. chemical companies are experiencing a boom and watching their stocks rise.  Companies such as Dow Chemical Company … Continue reading

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How LNG Exports May Impact the Natural Gas Marketplace

by Christina Nagy McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Natural gas producers are searching for options to increase their revenues as gas prices in the United States have sunk to levels not seen in more than 10 years. As this year’s mild winter … Continue reading

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The Natural Gas Fracking Debate: What Is Fracking and Why Does It Matter? Part II

EPA Headquarters – Image via Wikipedia By Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Considering the benefits outlined in The Natural Gas Fracking Debate: What Is Fracking and Why Does It Matter? Part I, fracking sounds great. It gives access … Continue reading

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The Natural Gas Fracking Debate: What Is Fracking and Why Does It Matter? Part I

By Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Those who follow environmental issues and/or are involved in the energy industry have no doubt heard about the fracking debate. One headline announces that fracking is a huge advancement that has given … Continue reading

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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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