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WSJ: Natural-Gas Prices Swing Again in Unseasonal Slump
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Dec 8, 2022.

Freeport LNG Blast Created 450-Feet-High Fireball, Report Shows
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Aug 4, 2022.

 

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John Denison replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion In Memoriam: Randy Davidson
"I extend my sympathy for the loss of your dear friend and mentor."
Jan 16
John Denison replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Please Support GoHaynesvilleShale.com
"Go GHS! I'm happy to chip in for another year. Happy Holidays to all Haynesville (and Bossier) shalers."
Dec 12, 2022
Les replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Natural-Gas Prices Swing Again in Unseasonal Slump
"By "next major correction" due to LNG export volumes I presume you mean an upward trend in prices. With many countries around the globe scrambling to secure future LNG shipments going forward, I would suspect much of the domestic glut we…"
Dec 8, 2022
Mister Sunday replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Natural-Gas Prices Swing Again in Unseasonal Slump
"So, are the LNG export facilities running at full volume?  Is Europe full up on NG already?"
Dec 6, 2022
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WSJ: Natural-Gas Prices Swing Again in Unseasonal Slump

Mild weather and outage at LNG export facility pressure prices for the heating fuelBank predicts $4.50 gas next year, possibly drop below $4By Ryan DezemberUpdated Dec. 6, 2022 at 8:25 am ETU.S. natural-gas futures have shed 24% since Thanksgiving, including an…See More
Dec 6, 2022
Mister Sunday replied to John Denison's discussion Freeport LNG Blast Created 450-Feet-High Fireball, Report Shows
"Something to add to your statement about winter, the almanac says this year is supposed to be pretty rough for the Midwest."
Aug 4, 2022
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Freeport LNG Blast Created 450-Feet-High Fireball, Report Shows

Contractors reported ‘unusual sounds’ on morning of accident; Maintenance work done in April on equipment at center of blastBy , BloombergJuly 12, 2022The explosion that shut the Freeport LNG natural gas export facility in Texas last month created a 450-feet-high fireball and happened on a section that had been inspected several weeks earlier, according to a report. A filing that was briefly posted…See More
Jul 13, 2022
John Denison replied to Jesse Joyner's discussion When Will Freeport LNG Plant Come Back Online
"Freeport LNG targets partial restart in October Argus Media / June 30 Freeport LNG, a key US LNG export terminal south of Houston, Texas, plans to resume partial operations in October, about one month past a previously planned restart. The 2 Bcf/d…"
Jul 1, 2022
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Bloomberg: Natural Gas Surges as U.S. Forecasts Stoke Winter Supply Jitters

 October 25, 2021, 12:14 PM PDTU.S. natural gas prices soared the most in more than a year, erasing much of a recent decline, as end-of-month trading boosted volatility and forecasts for chillier weather revived concerns about tight supplies.Henry Hub gas for November delivery gained 11.7%, the biggest gain since September 2020, to $5.898 per million British thermal units. Prices are…See More
Oct 25, 2021
John Denison replied to full name's discussion SWN sold some Indigo wells
"The ACH Authorization form raises a huge red flag in the first sentence: "I/we the undersigned hereby authorize Diversified Oil and Gas Corporation to initiate credit entries and to initiate, if necessary, debit entries and setoffs or…"
Sep 20, 2021
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WSJ: Natural Gas Is Looking Like This Summer’s Hottest Commodity

(Note: Bolding by me.)Record exports, steamy weather and frugal producers are pushing up prices for the fuelBy Ryan DezemberUpdated Aug. 3, 2021 8:03 am ETThe heat wave that scorched the West has dissipated, but natural-gas prices have yet to cool off. The power-generation fuel has been in high demand to run air conditioners and make up for parched hydropower markets, and forecasters expect booming exports and more steamy weather to keep supplies down and prices up.Natural-gas futures have…See More
Aug 3, 2021
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Aug 3, 2021
Steve P replied to John Denison's discussion Chesapeake Energy CEO Doug Lawler Is Stepping Down
"Mr. Lawler clearly shifted the course of CHK during his tenure.  Not for me to say if the shift was wise or unwise.  Perhaps his work is done, and it is time for someone who can "build" versus "right-size."  From…"
Apr 27, 2021
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Chesapeake Energy CEO Doug Lawler Is Stepping Down

His departure comes two months after the once-highflying shale-gas company emerged from bankruptcyBy Collin Eaton / Wall Street JournalUpdated April 27, 2021 2:23 pm ETDoug Lawler, the chief executive of Chesapeake Energy Corp., will leave the company at the end of this month, little more than two months after the shale-gas pioneer emerged from bankruptcy.The Oklahoma City-based company said Tuesday that Mike Wichterich, who became Chesapeake’s chairman in February, will serve as interim CEO as…See More
Apr 27, 2021
Steve P replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Landmen Who Once Staked Claims for Oil and Gas Now Hunt Wind and Sun
"I have a relative who was an O&G landman early in his career.  Maybe 25 years ago, he was hired by a firm to lease and permit cell towers.  He hasn't looked back."
Apr 19, 2021
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WSJ: Landmen Who Once Staked Claims for Oil and Gas Now Hunt Wind and Sun

The slumping petroleum industry is shifting work from securing drilling rights to lining up properties for wind turbines and solar panels. But the landman profession is shrinking.Carter Collum used to spend mornings shoulder to shoulder with competitors in the record rooms of East Texas courthouses, hunting for the owners of underground natural- gas deposits. At night, he made house calls, offering payments and royalties for permission to drill. Mr. Collum worked as a landman, tracking the…See More
Apr 19, 2021

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