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Natural Gas's Slumber Unlikely To Last
James Hanshaw 7/25/2016 5:14:04 PM

What about other sources of nat gas demand coming on stream - the new chemical plants in the US, #LNG exports? All have an upward influence on prices

Natural Gas Approaching Key Short-Term Support Level
Jacob Meisel 7/19/2016 7:34:06 PM

Thank you! The case with #LNG is interesting as in the short-term it is not having too significant a demand impact (EIA estimates.5-.7 bcf/d), but longer-term could with further development and investment. Most analysis I conduct is focused on the near-term in the next few weeks/months of price action, but in what I have done as well it has become clear how comparatively cheap our gas is in comparison to other parts of the world.

Natural Gas Approaching Key Short-Term Support Level
James Hanshaw 7/18/2016 5:30:39 PM

Good article. I tend to look at other things and this adds to those. I just read news that Cheniere Energy is about to ship #LNG from the US to the Middle East where there is plenty of nat gas. Apparently there has been insufficient investment to exploit that while demand has increased significantly locally. It also shows how competitive US shale gas is.

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