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prabin125 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 14, 2014 10:08 AM Member since: Jun 28, 2011
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    Appalachia Assets Sold to Atlas for $107MM

    by supor450 Feb 14, 2014 9:30 AM
    prabin125 prabin125 Feb 14, 2014 10:08 AM Flag

    However, GMETP may have value at this price.

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    Valuation Revisited

    by zoomoccu Oct 10, 2013 11:36 AM
    prabin125 prabin125 Jan 17, 2014 8:42 PM Flag

    Timing of this article is precious..

    Natural Gas Squeeze? “Panic Hasn’t Ensued Just Yet”

    If you bet on natural gas, you bet on the weather. You also bet on fundamental factors, like market manipulation and the limitless availability of money from yield-chasing investors whose billions fund years of over-drilling, which then crushes prices – and the financial models of these wells. Billions in mal-investment get written off.

    You also bet on long-term demand and supply, both of which are impacted by the price of natural gas. Given the low price over the last few years, demand has been picking up. Power generators switched from coal to natural gas. Global industrial companies built plants in the US for energy-intensive processes [read... Austrian Steelmaker Offshores Production To Texas]. Chemical companies built plants that use natural gas as feed stock. Because in the US, gas has been far cheaper than anywhere else in the developed world.

    Folks on the East Coast, in places like New York City, who had limited supply of natural gas due to pipeline constraints, and therefore used heating oil to keep their homes cozy – they’re connected as of this fall via a growing network of pipelines to Pennsylvania’s prolific Marcellus shale formation. Exports to Mexico via new pipelines are creeping from one record high to the next. And natural gas in transportation is picking up too.

    All this has been pushing up demand, but very gradually. It’s like watching paint dry.

    In the US, natural gas is still dirt cheap. Japan is paying over $18 per million British thermal units (MMBtu) on the world market for LNG. At the Henry hub, natural gas goes for $4.37 per MMBtu at the moment.

    But natural gas can get very expensive in the US, too. The Henry hub is just one place where natural gas is traded. It’s the connecting point in Louisiana of 16 intra- and interstate pipeline systems that transport natural gas from the region’s ample gas deposits to other parts of the country. But in are

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