Natural Gas- Oversupplied For How Long?

May 17, 2011

Gas demand is showing unexpected signs of growth, and longer-term prices face more upside risk. Gas demand from power is poised to climb 15% by 2016 to 22.9 Bcf/d, led by coal-to-gas switching, coal plant retirements and gas-fired capacity additions. Demand from the residential, commercial, exports, transportation and other sectors also is rising. Mexican exports […]

Natural Gas/Crude Spread Hits Record

May 9, 2011

  The spread between natural gas and crude oil has hit an all time record. Using inter-market analysis allows us to compare the value of substitute goods using equal measurements such as MMBtus, in this case, we can compare the price of crude oil to the price of natural gas to determine what price levels it becomes […]