Natural Gas Exports Set to Soar Thanks to Appalachian Shale

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … Appalachian shale production has been nothing short of phenomenal and has set the stage for natural gas exports to soar via both LNG ships and pipelines. Yesterday, chatting with a pro-gas friend, we both remarked on the fact the solution to low prices is low prices, just as

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LNG Terminals Being Built Everywhere to Accept Natural Gas!

 ... … … LNG terminals are being built across the world to accept natural gas. They can get it from Australia, Russia or us. Who will it be? Us we hope and expect. At a recent natural gas conference, some attendees indicated that international natural gas demand would continue to grow at a double-digit rate due to

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Natural Gas Supply in the United States Grows by 20%

 ... … … The U.S. natural gas supply has grown by about 20% in just two years, according to the latest analysis of reserves, enough to supply us for 100+ years. The Potential Gas Committee has announced the amount of producible natural gas in the United States, our natural gas supply, has increased by about

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U.S. Natural Gas Exports Climbing Higher and Higher!

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … Exports contribute to the our economy in numerous ways and natural gas exports just keep rising, bringing aconomic development to both rural and urban areas. Natural gas exports are growing and rapidly. Our natural gas is finding its way to Canada, Mexico and around the world with benefits

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Germany Boxed In, Turns to Russian Gas, But It Should Buy Our LNG

 ... … … There’s no excuse for what Germany has done to itself. It is now boxed in, with but two alternatives; Russian gas or our LNG. They should choose wisely. The European Union (EU) has realized natural gas will have to complement intermittent renewable sources like solar and wind in order for European nations

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As Energy Exports Rapidly Increase, U.S. Energy Dominance Arrives

 ... … … U.S. energy exports are growing in a big way and are already leading to U.S. energy dominance, a result thought impossible by many until the shale revolution. The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) five-year outlook expects that the United States will overtake Russia and potentially Saudi Arabia as an oil exporter by 2024. The U.S. shale

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