Haynesville and Marcellus: A Tale of Two Shales
Over the past two years, the oil and gas industry has seen record profit for producers, geopolitical conflicts, supply chain disruptions, inflationary and ESG pressures and a war to boot. A quote from A Tale of Two Cities comes to mind, and sums up quite nicely our recent circumstances: “It was the best of times, […]
Do Energy Security and Economics “Trump” All?
Back in 2018 at the United Nations General Assembly, then United States President Donald Trump cautioned, “Germany will become totally dependent on Russian energy if it does not immediately change course.” Following that warning diplomats and other foreign leaders were seen laughing at the idea. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reportedly said at the time, “Supplies […]
California Energy Prices – When Things Break
California is certainly a state of extremes. It experienced extreme drought (leading to a low hydro year) and had extensive flooding later in the same year. Winter weather was cold, and parts of California were buried under a 50-year high snow just last week. One should expect some variance in energy prices due to its […]