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Thursday, 06/11/2020

May 27, 2020 – Natural Gas Intelligence

West Coast Natural Gas Hubs Seeing Winter Basis Rise from the Ashes of Oil’s Fall

By Jeremiah Shelor

A number of western U.S. demand hubs have experienced notable basis uplift over the past month as the collapse in oil prices has decimated drilling activity and scrambled the Lower 48 supply outlook for the 2020/21 winter, NGI pricing data show…

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Wednesday, 06/10/2020

May 26, 2020 – Oil & Gas Facilities

Prudent Ways to Restart Big Projects in Post-Pandemic World

By Brian Balboa

Reduced budgets, lower operating and capital expenditure, job cuts, and work furloughs have become commonplace in the midst of the pandemic. Record-low crude prices, ample supply, and weak demand have impacted nearly every segment of the industry. Among the hardest hit, though, have been capital projects.

As construction activity across the industry has slowed or stopped, companies are scrambling to secure supply chains...

Wednesday, 05/27/2020

May 22, 2020 – Natural Gas World

ADVANTAGE TO APPALACHIAN DRILLERS

Appalachian Basin producers may be at an advantage as the US energy industry reels from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

[NGW Magazine Volume 5, Issue 9]

By Anna Kachkova

Read the full article here: https://www.naturalgasworld.com/advantage-to-appalachian-drillers-ngw-magazine-78882

…Questions remain, however, over...

Wednesday, 05/27/2020

May 19, 2020 – S&P Global Platts

Feature: Uneven impacts expected as capex cuts trickle down to gas pipelines

By Maya Weber & Harry Weber

New York — Billions of dollars in spending cuts by producers and pipeline operators likely will reshape what and when natural gas midstream infrastructure is developed over the next several years.

But the deep capital expenditure cuts and broader energy market woes are likely to carry uneven ripple effects for interstate natural gas pipeline projects, according to a range of analysts…

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Wednesday, 05/27/2020

May 14, 2020 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Sinking U.S. Exports Drive Major Pullback in Natural Gas Forwards; AECO Losses Not as Severe

By Leticia Gonzales

Faced with a massive decline in liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand and a slow reopening of the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, natural gas forward prices collapsed during the May 7-13 period, NGI’s Forward Look data show.…

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