ZEMA for in-depth
ZEMA for in-depth
Shale Gas: More Complications for Price Forecast Developers. Part II: LNG

By: Olga Gorstenko with contribution from Vera Tikhomolova | Date: July 13, 2012

In this article, we continue to discuss how shale gas expansion in the U.S. affects natural gas price projections and what factors influence its supply and demand (part one in the May 2012 DataWatch). Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is frequently ... Read more »

Japanese Demand May Fuel American Natural Gas Prices

By: IIR Energy | Date: June 06, 2012

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) – With its nuclear fleet’s uncertain future, the world’s largest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), Japan, is turning towards natural gas as its power generation fuel of choice for the mid-term. ... Read more »

Natural Gas Liquids Spending on the Rise in North America

By: IIR Energy | Date: June 01, 2012

SUGAR LAND – May 24, 2012 – Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) – Despite small gains, natural gas prices remain low. The low prices have been caused by a number of factors, including a lack of demand because ... Read more »

Shale Gas: More Complications for Price Forecast Developers. Part I: Demand

By: Olga Gorstenko with contribution from Vera Tikhomolova | Date: May 31, 2012

Natural gas has occupied a large portion of US business news for at least one year now and the reason is rather unorthodox—historically low prices and expectation of an overwhelming abundance of natural gas. The abundance is the result of ... Read more »

Regulatory Developments in Latin American Power Markets

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: April 09, 2012

It is commonly understood that deregulation, bringing an open competition, results in an influx of market data. The concerns are usually associated with the breadth of data: where to find the additional storage for constantly multiplying data points, tools needed ... Read more »

 Effective Date: April 30, 2012

Economics and Trade in Emerging Economies: Latin America

By: Yi-Jeng Huang | Date: March 09, 2012

The sheer volume of market data sources and products in developed markets like Europe and North America is staggering, and growing ever more quickly. Market participants have to constantly monitor changes from a bewildering array of products offered by public ... Read more »

Water Dilemma: Conservation or Trading

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: February 10, 2012

The issue of water availability (insufficient amounts to serve the growing population and industrial development) and quality (contamination from different sources) has been a popular topic in the media for a while and is not shocking anyone any more. Yet, ... Read more »

The Case of Wind Power Generators in the Pacific Northwest: How Trend Analysis Can Support Investment Decisions

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: January 24, 2012

Those who follow power industry developments in the US Pacific Northwest could not have missed the collision between wind power generators and the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). The conflict has been in the works for over a half year now. ... Read more »

The Case for Nuclear Power: Beyond Safety and Regulatory Framework… More Data

By: Olga Gorstenko with Contribution from Zoheb Mohammed | Date: December 19, 2011

The world population is increasing, and as a result, there is an increasing need for energy. Among all generation resources, nuclear power probably represents the most interesting case. The current dialogue, when it comes to nuclear power, is concentrated mostly ... Read more »

Political Decisions and Economic Conditions Influence Carbon Markets in Europe. In US, It’s Mostly About Expectations…

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: November 15, 2011

Concerns regarding climate change draw attention from different industries, organizations and individuals. Driven by varying agendas and pursuing different interests, these endeavors are definitely bringing something of a direct interest for us – more data. These data points and services ... Read more »


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