Monthly Archives: January 2017

Are Natural Gas and Wind Winning in Supplanting Coal?

There is a clear transition to cleaner technologies today and this is evident with their growing market share. It has been a long journey for coal which has helped generate more electricity in the U.S. than any other source. Continue reading

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Ports Turn to Natural Gas in Quest for Cleaner Marine Fuel

A quest for a new opportunity seems evident for North America’s busiest ports with the stringent emission limits for deep-water ships.

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Japan Buys its First Shipment of LNG from US

The U.S. has transitioned from energy dependence on foreign sources towards a new era of energy abundance. The recent U.S. fracking shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Japan reiterates this. Continue reading






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2017 to Begin With Strong Natural Gas, Oil Prices

2017 will be in all probability a year where oil and natural gas prices will recover. In 2016, oil and natural gas prices plummeted but ended on a strong note. Continue reading






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