Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Revenues Soar

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has overtaken pipeline gas as the most abundant and valuable form of U.S. natural gas exports. LNG exports are on track to break volume and earnings records in 2022, but the stellar short-term gains for exporters may have long-term consequences for the entire U.S. energy sector due to the resulting higher […]

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European Union Plans to Reduce Natural Gas

The European Union (EU) reached an agreement for an emergency regulation to cut their natural gas use by 15% from now until March 2023. As Europe prepares for a winter of uncertainty with continued supply disruption from Russia, the hope is to cut off all supply by next year. The EU plans to make the […]

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The Good, the Bad, and the UGLY…Alternative Energy

Joe Manchin is front page news this week for “torpedoing” his party’s expensive climate change policy in the US Senate. Big, obnoxious, outlandish headlines are a staple in modern media and politics. It’s a long-used tactic for decades and with the emergence of “fake news” narratives, social media reporting, and click-bait news cycles, it’s time […]

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Supply Chain Issues Related to Natural Gas

Record high natural gas prices are occurring worldwide. This is causing major supply chain issues nationwide in energy dependent markets including food production, steel producers, fertilizer manufacturers, and glass markers. According to Reuters, natural gas prices have risen sharply around the globe in recent months. That has been due to a combination of factors: including […]

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