Blog Posts - Gas Prices



What does the 2nd half of 2016 hold for the #LNG industry?

Back in January, I issued a popular (for me) post on my predictions for the LNG industry for 2016. Now that we’re through the first half, I thought it might be amusing to see how I’m doing, and perhaps update my outlook for the balance... The pos...
by Fuel Up! on Aug 14, 2016

Jexit: What if Japan tears up all its Australian #LNG contracts?

  If Japan successfully concludes that key clauses of current LNG sales agreements are anti-competitive, what will be the impact on global gas markets?   Whoa, back up. What’s this? News sources are reporting that the mighty METI, Ja...
by Fuel Up! on Jul 31, 2016

Is LNG a Luxury Good?

Is LNG a luxury good, on par with mechanical Swiss watches, Louis Vuitton hand bags, Chanel dresses? A commentator at one of the conferences I attended made this startling comparison and I think she is spot on. Here’s why.   What makes a...
by Fuel Up! on May 22, 2016

Episode 43 – Obama, U.S. Oil Exports and LNG: More Pain for Longer

I was very surprised recently by the fresh US Congress and Presidential approval to reinstate crude oil exports from the US. This is an unexpected decision by a US president who has come to endorse a green agenda and it changes oil economics and...
by Fuel Up! on Apr 26, 2016

Producers of Natural Gas Have Problems This Spring

U.S. production of natural gas reached its peak in this winter even when prices are low, a surprise for these troubled markets. Energy companies replied to lower prices with reducing drilling. However, they keep pumping strongly from their productive...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Mar 27, 2016

Argentina's President Mauricio Macri to Raise Gas Prices up to 300%

Mauricio Macri's neoliberal government continues its assault on working people, as labor unions and human rights group announce protests.Argentines will see the price of gas spike by 40 to 300 percent in less than two months as the new conservative g...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 23, 2016

Argentina's President Mauricio Macri to Raise Gas Prices up to 300%

Mauricio Macri's neoliberal government continues its assault on working people, as labor unions and human rights group announce protests.Argentines will see the price of gas spike by 40 to 300 percent in less than two months as the new conservative g...
by N3WS on Feb 23, 2016

Episode 33 – My predictions for #LNG for 2016

It’s customary at the dawn of a new year to make predictions you have no idea will come true. And true to the season, at a recent meeting I was asked whether I thought the price of oil would get to $20 a barrel in... The post Episode 33 – My...
by Fuel Up! on Feb 11, 2016

Episode 31 – Five Board Level Questions for Big Gas Buyers

What hard questions should Directors on Boards of large Aussie gas buyers be asking? With all the uncertainty around Australia’s domestic gas markets, you would think that company Boards would be posing some hard questions to itself and to manageme...
by Fuel Up! on Jan 27, 2016

Obama and US oil exports: More LNG hardship

I was very surprised recently by the fresh US Congress and Presidential approval to reinstate crude oil exports from the US. This is an unexpected decision by a US president who has come to endorse a green agenda and it changes oil economics and geop...
by Fuel Up! on Jan 24, 2016

What does 2016 hold for the LNG industry?

It’s customary at the dawn of a new year to make predictions you have no idea will come true. And true to the season, at a recent meeting I was asked whether I thought the price of oil would get to $20 a barrel in... The post What does 2016 hold fo...
by Fuel Up! on Jan 10, 2016

Episode 29 – Where is the price of oil going?

Where are oil prices headed? We’ve now had over 18 months of low oil prices, so surely by now the causes of the price crash have dissipated and prices are going to rise back to where they were. Well, think again. In my view, prices... The post Epis...
by Fuel Up! on Jan 7, 2016

Will Gas Prices Continue to Decrease?

With holiday travel on the rise, many people are noticing the lowering gas prices throughout the nation. In fact, the average gas price across the United States is sitting at a very pretty $2. It has many people wondering though – how long can...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 2, 2015

Gas Prices Fall Again, With No Floor in Sight

The normal cost of a gallon of consistent tumbled to $ 2.14, down 8 pennies from a week prior and $ 1.19 short of what a year ago, as per the Energy Department. This is the most minimal normal cost of gas week after week since May 2009 – the subsid...
by Kolom Info on Jun 30, 2015

Gas Prices Continue to Climb Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend

Gas prices at the pump continue to climb, with the busy Memorial Day weekend just one week away AAA reports. Details...
by Red Brick Town on May 17, 2015

Why Oil Prices May Fall as Low as $20 a Barrel

If you didn’t think oil prices could go any lower, now is a good time to think again. Oil from U.S. shale (an unconventional method of producing oil from rock fragments through pyrolysis, hydrogenation or thermal dissolution), has driven crude...
by Debt Free Living Guru on May 2, 2015

Morning Links

For our morning links, we scanned the local papers, blogs, and news websites to find the most interesting stories in them you might have missed.
by Red Brick Town on Mar 9, 2015

This is the Dumbest Reason to Buy a New Vehicle

OK, I’m sure you have seen that gas prices have been very low lately. Even as they are increasing slightly over the past week, they are still low compared to last year. The average gas price in the US is $2.37. I do remember a time when I was p...
by Debt Roundup on Mar 2, 2015

Driving Pains – How to Save Money on Gas

For the past several years, drivers have griped about how high gas prices are. However, recently, they’ve all been in for a pleasant surprise. That’s because gas prices are now lower than they’ve been since 2009. Although most peopl...
by Autos Voice on Feb 28, 2015

Haiti: Mainstream Media Reduces Protests Against Dictatorship and Occupation to Mere Protest About Gas Prices

Folks, most of the mainstream news on Haiti protestors is deliberately reducing the Haiti protests against dictatorship and occupation to a mere protest about high gas prices. At the same time, they’re ignoring the popular movement’s refusal to a...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 10, 2015


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