RBAC Newsletter June 2022

June Recap

Announcements

From Freeport LNG’s fire changing domestic and global gas prices to Russian gas shutoffs and reductions to restarting or increasing coal usage, June was not just another month. Yet every activity which made the headlines re-emphasized the importance of energy market simulation and the ability to design realistic scenarios and perform credible analyses using RBAC’s GPCM® or G2M2® market simulators.

Articles and Media

Resolving the Current Energy Crisis

“Can we look at the different industry approaches and regulatory policies put in place to resolve the problems of providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy and discern which have worked and not worked thus far and use that as a guide for creating workable solutions now?”

Read James Brooks’ Can we ever learn from history?” 

Food for Thought

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

Economics and Geopolitics

Following two World Gas Conferences, James Brooks wrote timely articles on current affairs with deep insights into the future of energy. Revisit this article referenced in the above “Can we ever learn from history?”

Read the article and join the commentary here

Europe without Russian Gas

RBAC’s Ed O’Toole wrote a scenario analysis of Europe without Russian natural gas before the breakout of hostilities and this month, IEA head Fatih Birol warned: “Europe should be ready in case Russian gas is completely cut off,” and thus it is time to look to this article and how we can use G2M2 market simulator for such scenarios.

Read the article and join the commentary here

Essential Reading

Here read far-sighted analysis relevant through the lens of today’s energy.

Are We Missing Opportunities?

“Lower 48 natural gas production has not returned to pre-Covid levels, despite LNG and pipeline exports hitting record highs, pushing Henry Hub pricing to levels it has not seen since 2014.”

Read Robert Kachmar’s article “When Opportunity Knocks, Answer the Door.”

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