Natural Gas Pricing
With Global Coal Shortage, Gas-to-Coal Switching May Switch Back
Since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine, global coal prices have seen a parabolic rise.
European Gas Independence from Russia
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has highlighted a mutually dependent relationship between Europe and
Europe’s Energy Dependence and Lessons Learned from 1973
In a globalized world, international trade is generally defined by the most efficient connections between
U.S. LNG Alone Can’t Solve Europe’s Reliance on Russian Gas
This week, the United States and European Union (EU) announced plans to increase U.S. shipments of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe. This comes as the EU aims to diversify its natural gas supply away from Russia in the coming years. However, several obstacles could impact the effectiveness of this deal, primarily infrastructure limitations and the sheer size of Europe’s dependence on Russian gas.
Cold Temperatures, Full Pipelines, and Expensive LNG Combine to Deliver Blowout Pricing in New England
After a relatively calm beginning to the Winter ‘21/’22 heating season, sustained bitterly cold temperatures
REX Flows into the Rockies in January – a Fluke or a Sign of Things to Come?
January 2022 marked a potential major shift in the winter flow dynamics of the Western