Posts Tagged: LNG


The Master Resource Report 2014-04-18 Two big consumers buy their own power generation Two consumers of electricity cover their concerns over the cost of power generation and potential risk associated with carbon emissions. Both Ikea and Cemex have announced the purchase of wind projects. Ikea has stepped up to a 98 megawatt wind project in… Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2014-03-14 Quick look at the Bakken data just released The North Dakota Dept. of Mineral Resources released the January production data yesterday. So here is a quick look at what it shows. Next week’s report will look at it in more detail. The graphs below illustrate what happens when the new… Read more »


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 »


The Master Resource Report 2014-02-14 NYT: Is the Keystone Worth the Fight? The New York Times held an interesting online debate between critics and supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline project. This is a hot item since the U.S. State Department released its report that found the pipeline would not make the carbon emissions worse…. Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2014-01-31 Peak Demand? For an alternative view on oil supply and demand the video below is a Financial Times interview with Nick Butler. He expresses the view that the world is at a peak in oil demand and not one of constrained supply. There is a reason he is aggressively promoting… Read more »