Global Gas

An tanker is docked on June 05, 2010 off

For years analysts have estimated US LNG exports would likely materialize in the 4 to 6 billion cubic foot per day range, but much of the focus has more recently shifted to the regulatory process and backlog of projects seeking approval. The Houston Chronicle’s Jennifer A. Dlouhy shifts attention back to the complex financial juggling… Keep reading →

Exxon Valdez Oil Disaster-15 Years Later

Natural gas has been gaining global market share from oil for several years, but gas markets remain fragmented and a true global market for natural gas has yet to emerge. The North American shale gas revolution significantly altered gas supply, demand and pricing dynamics in many regions and dramatically changed the situation in Alaska. “Alaska… Keep reading →