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Tuesday, 05/15/2018

May 8, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Mexico’s LNG Needs Seen Gradually Diminishing as Pipelines Come Online

By Peter de Montmollin

The role of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the Mexican supply balance is set to evolve after several pending pipelines come in-service later this year, experts say…

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Tuesday, 05/15/2018

May 7, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Pipeline Investments Dogged by Changing Regulations, On-and-off Tariffs, Protesters and Fear of Redundancy

By Charlie Passut

Tuesday, 05/15/2018

May 7, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Storage Still in Focus as Natural Gas Futures Rebound; Western Spot Prices Strengthen

By Jeremiah Shelor

Natural gas futures rebounded Monday after trading on both sides of even, with the market...

Wednesday, 05/02/2018

April 27, 2018 – Financial Times

Playing with fire: Iran deal looms over rising oil price

By Ed Crooks

Jerry Flory hates it when the price of oil goes up. The co-owner of Flory’s, a small, family chain of petrol stations and convenience stores about 40 miles north of New York, he says that when fuel prices rise customers look for someone to blame. The current targets include Congress, the Iraq war and the retailers.…

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Monday, 04/23/2018

April 19, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Natural Gas Futures Near Even as Another April Withdrawal Expected; Spot Prices Mixed

By Jeremiah Shelor

Analysts have been noting the pressure growing production out of the Permian Basin has been putting on takeaway capacity for crude and associated gas flowing out of the region.

Negative West Texas crude differentials to trading hubs in Cushing, OK, and the Gulf Coast have seen “at least a little relief in the past few days,” RBN Energy LLC analyst John Zanner wrote in a note to clients Tuesday...