This month we have some great articles for you on the global gas and LNG scene. But before we dive into articles curated by our team of energy experts, we would like to present our new video showcasing features of and how to utilize our G2M2® Market Simulator for Global Gas and LNG™. In addition, this month we will be traveling to Amsterdam for the FLAME conference so be on the lookout for insights from the conference in the near future. If you are attending as well, please contact us to get in touch.
Articles and Media
Market Simulation for the World
Why is G2M2 a great choice for natural gas and LNG market analysis? Find out in this new video that shows how to utilize G2M2 for forecasting global markets.
Methane Emissions and LNG Trade
“As countries and industries focus more on mitigating climate change, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, including methane, has become a priority. The role of methane emissions in the LNG trade will influence market dynamics, regulations, and stakeholder preferences.”
Read “Can Methane Emissions Impact the Future of the LNG trade?”
H2 Opportunities and Challenges
“The hydrogen sector development in recent years has created significant opportunities and challenges for the LNG value chain… Here are some of the ways hydrogen development impacts LNG and natural gas sector.”
Global Gas and LNG Spring Highlights
“We have had more than just warm weather and spring flowers, the Global Gas team here at RBAC wanted to give some highlights on what’s happening in the market.”
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.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
The greater utilization of LNG has blended the North American Market into the constantly evolving global market, demonstrating the need for a robust understanding of both the domestic market and the impact of global influences.”
The Battle of the Gases
“If hydrogen were produced from natural gas in upstream producing areas and then mixed with natural gas in pipelines, we might be able to accommodate almost a doubling of hydrogen production with the existing natural gas delivery system.”
Food For Thought
Read some of our engaging commentary on social media and join us in the conversation.
Staying Objective Regarding Energy
A federal court ruled that a ban on natural gas stoves is government overreach. “In the appeal, the three-judge panel said the U.S. Energy Policy Conservation Act of 1975 preempts the city’s ban on the installation of natural gas piping within new construction.”
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