We’re highlighting some of the guest posts featured in our 2015 Outlook here on the blog. The following excerpt discusses some of the factors driving oil price volatility this year and beyond. To access the full Outlook study please click … read more
Each month numerous natural gas related stories cross our desks, here are a few that piqued our interest:
Last week Colorado State University released the results of an in-depth study of methane emissions from natural gas transmission and storage facilities. The study is another in a series performed by academic institutions and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) seeking … read more
We’re highlighting some of the sidebars featured in our 2015 Outlook here on the blog. The following is a discussion on the elements of responsible natural gas production. To access the full Outlook study please click here.
The arrival of … read more
The American Gas Association has a great infographic highlighting some of the key takeaways from the recently published study on methane emissions and local distribution companies (LDCs). We’re excited to see the results of a study performed in part by … read more
We’re highlighting some of the guest posts featured in our 2015 Outlook here on the blog. The following is an economic outlook sidebar by Avista Corp. Chief Economist, Dr. Grant Forsyth. To access the full Outlook study please click here.… read more
We’ll have a more robust announcement and landing page for the 2015 edition of our annual Natural Gas Outlook Study next week, but it’s already here so we’re sharing it early.
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The majority of the natural gas consumed in the Pacific Northwest comes from Alberta and British Columbia, a producing region referred to as the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB).
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Tote Inc. launched the world’s first LNG powered container ship last weekend in San Diego. While this one won’t be plying the waters of the Puget Sound (it’s headed for Jacksonville, Florida), the launch bodes well for efforts in our … read more
Important news in the natural gas utility world last week with the release of a study published in the journal, Environmental Science and Technology, detailing a dramatic decrease in methane emissions from US local distribution systems when compared to … read more