Invisible hand hard to see

So I am really missing something here.  Why is there not someone out there noticing a big no brainer opportunity and investing themselves in the infrastructure needed to sell shale gas to local utilities?

See Trib today: Equitable’s plan to use more local gas is challenged

There is a deeper story embedded in all . . . → Read More: Invisible hand hard to see

Waiting for Exports – Shale Gas Version

Something that might be of minor interest across all of greater Frackylvania.

A new report just out from Rice University debunking some assumptions about the future of natural gas in the US.  Read:  U.S. LNG Exports: Truth and Consequence

So if we do not start exporting it… where will it all go? Still waiting . . . → Read More: Waiting for Exports – Shale Gas Version

How to Play Utica Opportunities of a Lifetime: Neal Dingmann

The Utica is one of the best plays in the U.S., not just because it’s new, but because its potential is not fully known, according to Neal Dingmann, managing director of investment bank SunTrust Robinson Humphrey. While lagging well results have kept the Utica a hidden gem, several companies are poised to reveal . . . → Read More: How to Play Utica Opportunities of a Lifetime: Neal Dingmann

Can we at least agree on an order of magnitude?

Well, in Ohio there is certainly more debate over the economic impact of shale gas development. No, that isn’t right, there is debate here, but I can’t say I’ve seen a headline this blunt in Pennsylvania.

See the Cleveland Plain Dealer over the weekend: Shale gas will not create 200,000 Ohio jobs by 2015, . . . → Read More: Can we at least agree on an order of magnitude?