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Surya Bhardwaj 20h
BuY NATURALGAS Above 189.25 SL 188.6 Tgt 189.5 - 189.8 - 190.2 - 190.6 - 191.1 - 191.5 SeLL NATURALGAS Below 188.6 SL 189.3 Tgt 188.1 - 187.8 - 187.5 - 187 - 186.6 - 186.1
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Project1trading Feb 9
NG expecting a Bounce off 2.5/2.450 or 2.250/2.350 Over-all 2.00 must hold as support for a Nice long position trageting 3.00 (3.172/3.302) Currently in a Bear market- Waiting for strong Bullish bounce. One worth keeping an eye on!
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Senex Energy Limited 21m
Senex has been doing some heavy lifting for Queensland. Check out this video of our latest construction milestones. CEO Ian Davies said Senex was on track to start commissioning Roma North processing facility mid-2019.
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GNL Global 33m
: will import as much as Europe by 2040
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Tanya Crossick 18m
Lots of discussion at around uncertainty in Japan’s and industry due to restart of nuclear plants, future of coal, development of renewables and decreasing population
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S33KR Feb 15
NG at fulcrum point. 15% upmove possible in next 2 months. SL 2.495.
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Mary Willis 13m
Short documentary from on natural gas flaring in Texas - impacts are still largely unknown.
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GNL Global 31m
: the cornerstone of tomorrow’s power system
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Dr Liam Wagner Feb 14
Replying to @Liam_Wagner
Australian Natural Gas Production hit another all time record in Dec 2018 of 12460Mm3 (Million Cubic Meters), however security of supply concerns remain a key issue within Australia with high domestice prices .
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Granite Bridge 10h
Creating greater access to in . Right time: Reducing cost and emissions when families and our climate need it most. Right place: A NH-designated energy infrastructure corridor. Right people: A NH-based company that knows the Granite State.
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Dr Liam Wagner Feb 14
Replying to @Liam_Wagner
Australian LNG Exports are in the top spot. Australia is edging ahead of Qatar's capacity in Dec 2018. However the Jan 2019 export numbers have dropped by around 6.5%
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Africa Institute 3h
Replying to @malemayehou @NuNuWako
Mimi, Thanks for your inquiry. It will shine a light on the agreement. If we may ask:- What's the status of the pipeline project your company was involved few years ago? We had a big hope in the private sector investment in the pipeline project.
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Pville Public Works Feb 15
Replying to @JasonSmithMO
The Electric Car Myth: No emissions. Truth: Over 60% of electric car power comes from coal. CNG vehicles have TRULY 95% fewer emissions than electric cars. Hmmm.
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Energy Information Australia 4h
Countries like the & are replacing older generation facilities with generation and seeing significant improvements in regional levels
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Prison is a great ending for a reality show! 8h
Replying to @boonepickens
So awesome Boone! Anyone told u lately, you are a man!
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Mark Rzepczynski Feb 16
The power of forward-looking expectations and seasonal commodities - spike but firms follow different direction.
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Art Berman Feb 17
Henry Hub 2019 contract prices moved up slightly from last week's late-winter lows. Front-month price increased +$0.04 from $2.58 to $2.63 wk ending Feb 15. 6-month closing spreads fell -$0.01 while wkly average spreads fell -$0.05.
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HYDROCARBON 5h
was the third–largest exporter of in the world in 2017. Learn more from EIA’s recently updated Country Analysis Brief.
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SleepWalker 18m
Replying to @AOC @guardian
My Liquified natural gas burning tractor trailer emits 96% less carbon than diesel. is the answer.
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KB Delta 4h
With natural gas on the rise, U.S. market is moving against coal. (Via )
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