In The News

Saturday, 09/15/2018

September 11, 2018 – Washington Examiner

When bad weather has struck, natural gas has been completely reliable

By Dave McCurdy, Mike Sommers, Barry Russell, Don Santa, and Dena Wiggins

Last year, the United States experienced a series of catastrophic weather events that challenged the durability and resilience of regional power grids. These put to the test the different energy sources we rely on to power American homes and businesses.

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Saturday, 09/15/2018

August 31, 2018 – Natural Gas Intelligence

Fall Arriving Early for Bears as Natural Gas Forwards Slide on Record Production

By Leticia Gonzales

Permian Constraints Reflected In Forwards

Aside from the benchmark Henry Hub, September losses across the continent were wide ranging, from as little as a nickel at Millennium East Pool to as much as 42 cents at Waha. The stout losses at Waha should come as no surprise as takeaway capacity in the region has largely hit its limits for both oil and natural gas in the Permian Basin.


Saturday, 09/15/2018

August 23, 2018 – Africa Oil & Power

The NOPEC Non-Event

By Michael D. Ehrenstein, Ehrenstein|Sager

NOPEC Is Not Based On Good Policy

Verifiable facts breed good policy. Here, the facts demonstrate that the United States’ petroleum production capacity is sufficiently robust to temper global decreases in production or increases in price. As explained by Russell Braziel, CEO of RBN Energy, in his testimony about NOPEC before the House Judiciary Committee (2018 WL 3547038), the shale revolution doubled U.S. crude...

Saturday, 09/15/2018

August 13, 2018 – Houston Public Media

Report: Texas Natural Gas Flaring at Record Highs

By Travis Bubenik

Drillers in Texas are flaring natural gas at record-high levels, according to a new report from Austin-based industry research firm Drillinginfo.

The uptick is due to the huge increases in West Texas oil production, which is itself at all-time highs. All that oil drilling brings up a lot of extra gas – known as “associated gas” in the industry – but drillers don’t have enough pipelines to get the gas to markets. So, they burn it off...

Saturday, 09/15/2018

August 10, 2018 – Reuters

GRAPHIC- Rising U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico capped by pipe delays

By Andres Guerra Luz and Scott DiSavino

Aug 10 (Reuters) - U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico hit all-time highs this month, but a slower-than-expected build out of pipelines inside Mexico has kept increases far below available capacity at the border.

The latest uptick in exports, driven by demand from Mexico's power sector, occurred after several Mexican pipelines began operation, allowing U.S. companies to send more fuel across the border...