for Natural Gas
T. Boone Pickens talks to Fred Smith of FedEx and Chris Spear of American Trucking Associations about energy and environmental policy and why natural gas is an important fuel for the trucking fleet.
The Eastern Mediterranean has not seen dramatic development to date, but the scale of its reserves could be enormous and potentially alter the energy security and trade outlooks for the different countries in the area.
Henry Hub spot prices are up to roughly $3.20/MMBtu, up more than 100 percent from the March low point and up 15 percent since September. Looking forward, the market could grow tighter still.
Natural gas prices in the U.S. for August delivery climbed to $2.90 per million Btu (MMBtu) on the last day of June, capping a 30 percent rally in just one month. Today’s prices are also the highest in nearly a year, ending an extraordinary run in which spot prices stayed below $2/MMBtu for much of that time.
Natural gas markets have not lived up to the expectations in the intervening years since the International Energy Agency originally speculated about a potential golden age for gas.
Mozambique, home to the third-largest natural gas reserves in Africa, is offering little evidence that it can become an LNG powerhouse without marginalizing the local population.
Russia has the means and determination to hold onto its gas market in Europe, but in doing so, will be forced to give up much of its leverage over pricing and the way contracts are written.
T. Boone Pickens: Here is an enjoyable and informative look at a potential energy agenda for President Trump or Clinton.
The growing oversupply in LNG export capacity has weighed on prices for the key market in Asia, pushing spot prices down by about two-thirds in less than two years. Excess supplies will likely kill off an array of LNG export terminals that have not yet moved forward with final investment decisions.
Developing oil and gas in Brazil means dealing with the country's beleaguered state oil company, Petrobras. In spite of this impediment, Royal Dutch Shell is doubling down on Brazil.