In the December 2011 issue of NG Market Notes Gordon Pickering discusses how the rapid increase in the North American unconventional gas supply has had a profoundly impacted the U.S. and Canadian liquefied natural gas industry.
In the October 2012 issue of NG Market Notes, Navigant Director Gordon Pickering discusses the recent phenomenon of coal-to-gas fuel switching with respect to electric generation.
In the September 2011 issue of NG Market Notes, Rick Smead finds that the size and market promise of the Marcellus resource are very much intact despite recent media controversy.
Directors Gordon Pickering and Richard Bass discuss the new paradigm of plentiful natural gas supply, and how LNG export opportunities are a positive development all around—they'll help balance supply and demand of natural gas not only in North America, but globally.
NOTE: The basis of this article was published in byline format on Forbes.com on June 12, 2012
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Navigant’s bi-annual natural gas forecast provides a long-term outlook for the North American natural gas market—including supply, demand, imports and ex¬ports, and prices at key market points.
Guest column written by Richard Bass and Gordon Pickering for Forbes.com looks at the U.S. natural gas glut and why exporting it as LNG is a good idea.
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In July 2008, Navigant’s Rick Smead and Gordon Pickering completed the North American Natural Gas Supply Assessment for the American Clean Skies Foundation. Today, the EIA’s natural gas estimate is now in-line with the resource levels first stated by Navigant in 2008.
Navigant was named Consultancy of the Year – Gulf Coast Region by Oil and Gas Awards based on an entry submitted on its recent work for the Gulf LNG Liquefaction Company, LLC (GLNG) which submitted its application for LNG export on August 31, 2012.
In the December 2012 issue of NG Market Notes, Associate Director Rebecca Honeyfield, Ph.D. and Director Gordon Pickering, along with colleagues Ed O'Toole and Li Wang, Ph.D., discuss the results of Navigant's latest fundamental forecast, North American Natural Gas Market Outlook, Fall 2012.
In the August 2012 issue of NG Market Notes, Navigant Economics Managing Director George Schink and Director Julie Carey discuss the economic impact of the shale gas and oil production boom.
In the August 2011 issue of NG Market Notes, Gordon Pickering discusses the outlook for the natural gas market for the rest of the 2011 and beyond
In the April 2012 issue of NG Market Notes, Director Gordon Pickering discusses the benefits to the U.S. petrochemical industry that can result from the increased demand for natural gas represented by LNG exports.
In the March 2011 issue of NG Market Notes, Navigant’s Gordon Pickering discusses the prospects for U.S.-manufactured LNG exports and their implications, analyzes key industry data that provides insight into today’s natural gas market, and outlines important developments in the North America legislative and regulatory arenas that are shaping the current market.
Gordon Pickering and Rick Smead contributed to the Western Energy Institute’s Fall 2012 Publication titled, "The Natural Gas and Electric Interdependencies."
As the U.S. experiences a shale gas revolution, the question now is, “Where is all this abundant natural gas going to go?” Rebecca Honeyfield and Director, Gordon Pickering discuss three key demand areas.
A report prepared for Sabine Pass LNG, L.P. by Gordon Pickering, provides an independent assessment of the potential impact of the proposed liquefaction and export project on supply availability and natural gas prices in North America.
Navigant provides a technical assessment and Asian supply and demand analysis on the proposed Kitimat Refinery project.
In the May 2012 issue of NG Market Notes, Director Rick Smead discusses the fundamentals underlining today’s natural gas environment, indicating a healthy natural gas market outlook with ample supplies at stable prices.
In the aftermath of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake that hit Japan on March 11, 2011, the impact on the energy sector in Japan and around the world is apparent. Gordon Pickering provides statistical data on Japan’s total estimated energy loss and how that will affect Japan’s future in energy generation.