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US Natural Gas Prices Hit 14-Year High

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It’s a price reckoning that European consumers are already all too familiar with, and now US consumers are starting to feel the pain of high natural gas prices.

Can Canadian Natural Gas Improve the European Union’s Energy Security?

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted the EU to rethink its reliance on Russia for natural gas. If Canada is to be a viable alternative, it must deliver sizeable volumes of natural gas in a timely manner.

Natural Gas Prices Surge in Europe

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Pipeline geopolitics, cold weather, and Ukraine tensions are compounding an already fraught natural gas supply outlook in Europe.

China’s Coal Crisis: An Economic Own-Goal?

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Beijing’s punitive trade measures against Australia are costing Chinese energy producers billions every week, and right when the country needs all of the electricity it can get.

Europe’s Energy Crisis Goes from Bad to Worse

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Record-high natural gas prices have European consumers hoping for a mild winter.

Donald Trump’s Lost Dream of World Energy Domination

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Donald Trump has no solution to the crisis in the domestic hydraulic fracturing industry. Ultimately, the survival of the industry lies in Saudi Arabia.

Wuhan Coronavirus: The Bear Stalks Global Energy Markets?

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China’s coronavirus outbreak couldn’t have come at a worse time for oversupplied oil and natural gas markets.

Venezuela in Focus: Energy Industry

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Any prospect of wider economic renewal in Venezuela starts and ends with its energy industry.

Will a Hydrocarbon Discovery in the Eastern Mediterranean Bring Peace to Cyprus?

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A significant new energy discovery could give new impetus to resolving an old dispute.

What Does Rosneft Have Planned for Venezuela’s PDVSA?

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There appears to be some kind of alliance between the energy giants in the works, but the extent and legal details remain murky.

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