Tag Archives: Shale Gas

Stratfor: Growing Energy Production in the U.S.

This is a huge structural change in the U.S. and global economy.  Keep it on your radar. (click here if video is not observable)

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Dow Chem CEO: U.S. Can Be An Energy Exporter

CNN Money reports, NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The government approved the first ever natural gas export facility in the lower 48 states on Monday, clearing the way for a project that could be a significant job creator. But critics argue … Continue reading

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Stratfor: The International Shale Gas Industry

As natural gas prices hit record lows in the U.S.,  Stratfor provides an excellent overview on the current state of the shale gas industry and its future. Natural gas prices have now plunged so low there isn’t a significant player … Continue reading

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What the ‘frack is ‘fracking’? – GPS

Good stuff from Fareed Zakaria’s GPS blog.  He argues that the rise of “shale gas is shaping up to be the biggest shift in energy in generations”  and, More important, the United States has become the world’s low-cost producer of … Continue reading

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