In the first six months of this year, nearly 50 Bcf of U.S. LNG was exported. We will be surging to a dominant role in less than five years, with five terminals operating on the Gulf Coast and in Maryland by 2020.
U.S. LNG has already been shipped to the Middle East, Europe, South America, Asia, and perhaps could soon reach the most energy-deprived region on Earth, where a tragic 650 million humans have no electricity whatsoever: “Sub-Saharan Africa May Help Soak Up Global LNG Glut.”
Started in February, Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass in Louisiana is the first LNG export plant in the Lower 48 states and has shipped to 11 different countries in the first six months in operation. Overall, we have seen over 25 tankers of LNG shipped from the Sabine Pass terminal. And on 22 August, U.S. LNG reached the most vital incremental market of them all, arriving at the Chinese port of Yantian in Shenzhen near Hong Kong. This was the first LNG tanker to transit the newly expanded Panama Canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
OMG! I got here through their mobile app which took me to the former profile of CHK. I was then able to click the message button. It works for other buttons too but not the summary. Summary goes to the new format.
Well, it does look funny when others are upgrading and increasing their projected price and he comes out of the woodwork with new coverage and a $5 price. Then someone else writes about it on barons. Someone does want it back to $5.
The last insider buy in August was at $6.40. I hope shorty can get it back to that. Sold some at $7.98, I'll buy back even more at that price. Except for the dumbo analyst today who ignitiated coverage at a $5 price target, everyone else is upgrading and raising their target.
It will cut cost to take co2 out of NG at the wellhead. A new asphalt that absorbs 114% of its own weight.
Yahoo made the conversation thing for their latest mobile app. I doubt that they will go back even if their new format stinks.
This copy and paste response as to his personality says it all.
He's ESTP. His jerky, abrupt, and aggressive movements are textbook Extraverted Sensing (Se), and believe it or not, he's very scripted and pragmatic in his presentation, which is indicative of thinking, which in his case would be introverted thinking (Ti).
Hes not ENTP, because there isn't a lot of long-term strategy in what he's doing. It's very cause-and-effect. Obama is ENTP. (with a very well-developed Fe, or extraverted feeling)
He's not ESTJ, because ESTJs have a lot of respect for established norms and the "proper" way to do things, which he obviously has no respect for.
He's not ESFP because he's cold, calculating, and doesn't feel social pressure like a feeler would (Bill Clinton is ESFP, and everyone that's met him says he's very warm and accommodating), and ESFPs feel a sentimentality that ESTPs don't. (Fi, or introverted feeling, does that)
Also, for those that are calling him stupid, he's not. He's a textbook salesman, and he not only knows what he's selling, he knows who he's selling it to.
No. He is an ESTP personality. He gets bored easily. You would bore him to death.
Nobody has friends on Wall Street. Everybody there is just an associate in crime. no feelings for anyone
Crude oil prices in Asian trading shot up on word from President Vladimir Putin that Russia was moving in line behind the prospects for extraordinary action to correct the market. In an interview with the Bloomberg news agency, the president said "economic sense and logic" suggested some form of compromise was needed to stimulate prices.
Lower crude oil prices are hurting oil-centered economies like Russia's and some members of OPEC. Despite caveats mentioned by Putin for Iran, markets took the bait that a production cut was possible from some oil producers.
Nigeria, Africa’s second-biggest oil producer, entered its first technical recession since 2004 in the second quarter, marking a symbolic end to more than a decade of robust growth that turned the nation into the continent’s largest economy.
The 2.1% contraction in gross domestic product from a year earlier, reported by the country’s statistics authority Wednesday, follows a 0.4% annual decline in the first three months of the year, meeting the shorthand definition of a recession as two consecutive quarters of economic contraction.
The most violent hit to the economy came from the oil sector, where income plummeted by more than 17% from a year earlier.
Venezuela is selling their gold. From market watch:
"Venezuela was a seller of 21 tonnes of gold in December, and it has sold almost 79 tonnes of gold in the first six months of 2016. Still, it is important to understand that Venezuela buys locally produced gold and it may sell or retain gold in reserves. This means that the swap data may not represent the full picture. The full 2016 picture of gold from the World Gold Council shows some 194 tonnes of gold held by Venezuela, citing the International Monetary Fund's International Financial Statistics."