MIT Energy Summit 2013

On March 15, 2013, in Blog, by Frank Ling

The key message coming out of the MIT summit was whether if low natural gas prices will have an impact on investing in alternative energy technologies. While the wind market in the US has added significant capacity in the last few years, the availability of cheap natural gas has made them less competitive.

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Shale gas is starting to affect markets….

On December 30, 2011, in Blog, by Mark Henwood

The oil gas ratio hit a new record high December 27th with gas trading at $3.11/mmBtu and WTI going for $101.25/bbl yielding an energy ratio of 5.61.   In simple terms this means gas is  trading at the equivalent of $18.05/bbl crude. The market is starting to notice this rapid shift in natural gas economics.  Back […]

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