U.S. LNG firms take small steps to add export capacity despite coronavirus – Reuters

(Reuters) – U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) companies made small steps to add export capacity this week, even as global energy demand destruction from the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for new projects to move forward. U.S. LNG exports were on track to rise for the first time in six months in August as […]

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Natural Gas and Renewables: Friends, NOT Foes | Energy In Depth

Renewable energy and natural gas have a much more symbiotic and productive relationship than is generally acknowledged by the average person, according to IHS Markit, one of the largest data-analytics companies and the host of the internationally acclaimed CERAWeek Energy Conference. The natural gas and renewables sectors share a common goal: to supply the world’s […]

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The Unconventional Happened | DUG Midcontinent 2020 goes Virtual

Join us! We are so excited to cover this event! It’s the first time ever that you can attend #DUGmidcon from any physical location via the internet! Don’t miss this! We just got word that over 500 Oil & Gas Professionals have already registered for the virtual conference! Also, thanks to the fantastic sponsors, Hart […]

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Natural gas is crushing wind and solar power — Why isn’t anyone talking about it? | Fox Business

Natural gas is crushing wind and solar power — Why isn’t anyone talking about it? | Fox Business The U.S. Energy Information Administration just announced some spectacular news that should be banner headlines across the country: The price of natural gas has fallen to its lowest February level in 20 years. The data shows that […]

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In an energy-hungry world, natural gas gaining the most – Axios

Natural gas was the fastest-growing energy source in the world last year — when global energy consumption rose at its fastest pace in nearly a decade, according to a new International Energy Agency report. Driving the news: Natural gas accounted for 45% of all energy consumption growth in 2018. Most regions and many industries, including the […]

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U.S. Shale’s Blows Leave Middle East Oil Producers Staggering

A tussle is playing out in the market for so-called light oils, which have a lower sulfur content and are less dense than heavier varieties. When processed, these grades typically yield a higher amount of fuels like gasoline and naphtha. Light oil pumped in U.S. shale fields is increasingly making — Read on finance.yahoo.com/news/u-shale-apos-blows-leave-063738822.html

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