In The News

Wednesday, 11/18/2020

November 6, 2020 – LP Gas Magazine

Propane industry explores shifts in supply, distribution patterns

By Brian Richesson

Changes in supply and distribution dynamics are forcing propane industry leaders to ponder the potential impacts on marketers’ ability to serve customers reliably this winter.…

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Tuesday, 11/03/2020

November 3, 2020 – Calgary Herald

Varcoe: Trying to instil confidence as economic challenges mount

By Chris Varcoe

Alberta’s economic recovery is encountering greater resistance than it faced just a few weeks ago, with oil prices slipping below US$37 a barrel, the second wave of a global pandemic taking hold and layoffs battering the energy sector…

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Tuesday, 11/03/2020

October 23, 2020 – Lloyd’s List

Eastern Pacific wins ethane carrier deal as US-China trades rise

By Michelle Wiese Bockmann

…Houston-based energy consultant RBN Energy estimates ethane exports at the Energy Transfer facility averaged 31,000 bpd in 2018, rising to 51,000 in the first eight months of 2020.

Exports from the Enterprise terminal on the Houston ship channel were tracked at 129,000 bpd in 2019, falling to 110,000 bpd so far this year,

The Orbit terminal once commissioned in November adds at least 75,000...

Tuesday, 10/13/2020

October 11, 2020 – CBC News

Winter is coming — and that could be good news for Alberta's natural gas sector

By Tony Seskus

Amid a tumultuous stretch for Alberta's oil and gas industry, there's hope around the sector that the arrival of winter could bring some stability for natural gas producers.

Analysts say a drop in natural gas production in the United States — resulting in part from a dramatic pull back in American shale oil — may provide a much-needed lift in prices, if a normal winter is around the corner.

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Tuesday, 10/06/2020

September 25, 2020 – Natural Gas Intelligence

October Natural Gas Futures Close Volatile Week on Low Note

By Kevin Dobbs

On Friday, however, comfortable highs of 70s and 80s spanned much of the country, minimizing near-term weather demand.

Prices dropped in every region, though the declines were most pronounced in the East and in West Texas.

Domestic natural gas production plunged more than 3 Bcf at one point in the week leading up to Friday’s trading, in part because of Gulf Coast production temporarily pushed offline by Beta,...