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RBAC Newsletter 2022 Issue 12


After a successful RBAC User Conference, we’re coming to the home stretch of 2022, a year of volatile markets rocked by geopolitical events. Before we reach 2023, you may want to get with experts at RBAC on how to best position yourself for the coming year using leading GPCM and G2M2 energy market simulation software.

Articles and Media

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RBAC User Conference Recap

“Epic! Awesome! Eye-opening! Are just some of the terms used to describe the 2022 RBAC User Conference held in Austin, Texas, November 16th-18th. This was RBAC’s first in-person conference since 2020 and was attended by industry colleagues and clients from across the industry sectors and from around the country and globe.”

Read “RBAC User Conference Recap

Natural Gas in lower 48

“Natural gas producers in the South-Central region have been running gangbusters, particularly the Permian and Haynesville duo. These regions produced an additional 1.97 and 1.77 Bcf/d respectively when compared to last year at this time.”

Read “Lower 48 Natural Gas Production”

Graph from EIA

Essential Reading

Taken from the trove of the writings from our energy experts. Here read technical insights and far-sighted analysis relevant through the lens of today’s energy. 

Graph from ERCOT


“Winter Storm Uri caused the Texas power grid, ERCOT, to destabilize. Starting on Valentine’s Day, frequency levels dropped to 59.3 Hz as both fossil and renewable generation outages increased.”

Read  “GOATs and ERCOT”

Food For Thought

Read some of our engaging commentary on social media and join us in the conversation.

Waiving a 102-year-old Law for LNG

“Considering we’ve just had 5 1/2 feet of snow in Buffalo, New York, one would think it a “no brainer” to bring by ship inexpensive natural gas up to New England for the harsh winter”

Read the post here.

History Never Repeats Itself

… but it does often rhyme.

“…new cracker capacity came online circa 1997-98, just in time for the Asian contagion and Russian debt crises. [Do we] dare to suggest maybe China and Russia present similar concerns now?”

Read the post here.

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