Posts Tagged: Economics

2014-07-11

The Master Resource Report 2014-07-11 Oklahoma earthquakes Last week the Wall Street Journal had an article that looked at the jump in magnitude 3 and above quakes that have been registered in Oklahoma. Temblors in Oklahoma used to be rare. Before 2008, the state experienced just one earthquake of magnitude 3 or larger each year…. Read more »

2014-02-21

The Master Resource Report 2014-02-21 Could natural gas storage really fall below 1,000 Bcf? According to the EIA gas storage report last week ended with 1,443 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of natural gas in underground storage. This is the lowest level at this time of year in a decade. Could storage levels fall below 1,000… Read more »

2013-12-06

The Master Resource Report 2013-12-06 Big three digit draw on natural gas in storage The EIA reported a large draw of 162 Bcf of natural gas from storage for the week ending November 29th. This put the average below last year’s level by 5.2% and below the 5-year average (2008-2012) by 2.8%. The graph below… Read more »

2013-11-08

The Master Resource Report 2013-11-08 MidAmerican goes big on wind MidAmerican Energy, a unit of Berkshire Hathaway is planning on build new wind capacity in Iowa with a capacity of over 1 gigawatt of power generation. The fact sheet below gives some information on the scale of these current state of the art wind turbines…. Read more »