Gas in Store for a Wild Ride as LNG Exports Roil Market: ChartBy
Price swings in the U.S. natural gas market have been fairly muted over the past 18 months, but that’s about to change. Record volumes of shale gas leaving the country threaten the U.S. with potential supply shortages in colder months, a phenomenon that stands to increase market volatility over the next three to four years, according to EBW Analytics Group. “We’re on the cusp of a paradigm shift,” says Andrew Weissman, chief executive officer of the Washington-based energy analysis company.
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