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RBAC Newsletter 2023 Issue 6


This month we released both the GPCM and G2M2 base cases as well as updated visuals for GPCM and G2M2 Insights. We also are excited to release our new video on Gas4Power. There is an insightful article covering Haynesville and Marcellus shales as well as some takeaways from recent energy conferences, enjoy!

Articles and Media

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…”

Read “Haynesville and Marcellus: A Tale of Two Shales

Source: Adobe Stock

Gas4Power Video Released

RBAC developed Gas4Power to help  power analysts improve both the veracity of their supply, demand and price outlooks and their understanding of gas markets themselves…

Watch here.

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. 

FLAME Conference Takeaways

The conference made it clear that natural gas and LNG will continue to play an important role in the energy transition, but will European companies and governments commit to long-term infrastructure investments or contracts?

 Read “Flame Conference 2023”

Source: G2M2 Insights

New Data Visualizations

“Vast oceans of unutilized data, not yet sorted and analyzed will be of no assistance in the decision-making process. How can we ensure access and utility of such vast quantities of data available today?” 

Read Gas Market PowerBI Integration


Energy Finance Conference

Energy Industry professionals, Economists and Finance professionals of Academia assembled in Houston… Covering finance, economics, markets and energy, there were some interesting topics for everybody.

Read Energy Finance and Transition”

Food For Thought

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

Source: Adobe Stock

LNG Exporting Intermittency

“During the energy crisis the EU has been able to refill natural gas storage level by importing more LNG, even at extremely high prices… But what was the cost of that beyond the price of LNG on the spot market?”

Read here.


New York Natural Gas Struggle

High energy prices and costs don’t just happen. They are created. If you block local natural gas production and pipelines; close nuclear power, redirect natural gas residential consumption toward electricity; what do you think will happen?”

Read here.

Image by S K from Pixabay

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