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Source: Houston Chronicle

Gas ‘witch’s brew’ has U.S. exporters facing worst scenario

Houston Chronicle


A global glut of natural gas has gotten so massive that U.S. exporters could soon face their worst-case scenario: Halting shipments to get supply and demand back in balance.

Prices for the heating and power-plant fuel may collapse …

Natural Gas Cleared for Latin American Export

Natural Gas Cleared for Latin American Export

From Reuters

The U.S. Energy Department on Wednesday cleared the way for faster approval of small scale exports of natural gas including liquefied natural gas to Latin American countries by issuing a rule that does away with a public interest …

The Oil & Services Conference™ Presenters Talk 2016 Strategy and Beyond

The Oil & Services Conference™ Presenters Talk 2016 Strategy and Beyond

$80 Oil + $4 NatGas + 1,300 Rigs Working

After the news of the past few weeks, it felt like we were getting really close to the day when investors and oil industry spouses might be ready to throw in …

EIA Reports on Benefits of U.S. Exports

EIA Reports on Benefits of U.S. Exports

Exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are set to begin in 2015, and the number of United States LNG export stations are expected to triple by 2019. The next phase of U.S. energy is almost here, regardless of dissenting opinions …

LNG Update:  Going Both Ways

LNG Update: Going Both Ways

Another U.S. Liquefaction Plant Breaks Ground, Lithuania Says ‘Goodbye Gazprom’

Construction is Underway on Cameron LNG’s U.S. Liquefaction/Export Facility

Last week Cameron LNG broke ground on its $10 billion export plant in Hackberry, Louisiana. This sets the company off on …

October 27, 2014 - 4:29 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Politics & Opinions