Archive for the 'Natural Gas' Category

Are there any etf's that short the price of natural gas, as opposed to shorting an index of nat gas stocks?

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Say that the equilibrium price of natural gas would be $5 per thousand cubic feet, but there is a price ceilin?

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Is Mark Perry correct about natural gas pricing and supply?

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

According to him falling natural gas pricing is proof that the market is working: "Overall, the fact that the shale gas industry is "becoming a victim of its own success" is only a temporary "problem," and demonstrates that the price system and competitive market forces are working as expected: an abundant supply of natural gas […]

What is currently affecting price of natural gas?

Monday, December 19th, 2011

Which is faster at transportation: Rollerblades or skateboards?

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Rollerblades can be either quad or inlines. Also, I mean…not professional rollerblading and skateboards, just regular smooth riding. For my summer classes, I have to have a natural source of transportation since gas prices are very high now. ): Which one takes less energy too? It’s very hot where I live, so running, jogging, or […]

Who is the Fat Black guy on Fox Business Network Endlessly attacking Barack Obama and Eric Holder?

Monday, September 12th, 2011

I mean who does this network think they are fooling. I’m watching this Charles Payne sit here and endlessly attack Barack Obama, now blaming him for high oil prices. Then he starts attacking Public Workers Vacation rights, then he starts attacking Attorney General Eric Holder. This stuff is Insane. Where was Charles Payne During the […]

Are Conservatives For or Against Price Gouging in the Private Sector?

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Examples of some of the essential products and services in question: * Pharmaceuticals * Medical Procedures * Fuel such as Gasoline, Natural Gas and Electricity * Printer Ink

Commodity price versus futures price? ?

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Can someone please explain the basics behind trading a commodity like natural gas? Is it possible to trade natural gas at the current market price that you see day to day or is the only way to trade commodities through futures? and what is the correlation between the current day market value of natural gas […]

I need help with a problem please.?

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

Naturak gas prices. In a recent year, the price of a gallon of natural gas was .88. The price dropped2C, then rose 25C, and then dropped 43C. By how much did the price change during that period?

Should America switch to natural gas (even if people get rich in the process)?

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

I got an email from the local TEA Party, part of which is below. My reply below that. What do you think, should America switch to natural gas? ____________________________ START The Pickens Plan and Crony Capitalism I still find it strange when those who claim they believe in free enterprise, limited government, reducing government intervention […]

why isn't bho being held responsible for the current gas prices ?

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

okay, gas was .86 in 2008. now it’s almost $ 5.00. Why is there not more outrage over this matter ? he stopped oil drilling in the gulf, and refused to drill in the USA. we have plenty of oil and natural gas that can be easily converted for our cars, so what’s the deal […]

Is it possible to power vehicles with natural gas?

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Also, if it’s possible, because natural gas is so cheap, wouldn’t it much cheaper than gas/diesel? It seems like a much better option in terms of price/gallon and environmentally as well.

If Natural Gas is the pollution free energy to get us off of oil why is Obama and gang trying to stop it?

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

If we move to ethanol then the price of corn is going to go through the roof. Doesn’t Obama care about food prices? Why not let the market decide which energy is best. Right now the market is moving towards Natural Gas. Why don’t the Demonrats mind their own business? Its pollution free compared to […]

Hey Conservatives: Why are the price of gas sooooooooooo high….. & ….. who r pushing to drill in the USA?

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Percentage of foreign owned: Petroleum and coal products manufacturing – 25% Petroleum refineries (including integrated) – 25%

Is Obama helping the price of gas go up? And will effect the everyday regular American Citizen?

Friday, August 26th, 2011

I believe YES to both questions. This how stupid – evil – socialist ideologue – Anti-American our President is: Obama Bashes Carbon, But Never Corn In a truly ridiculous move, President Obama yesterday sent a letter to Capitol Hill urging Congress to eliminate “unwarranted” tax breaks for the oil and gas industry. This comes on […]

Are home energy prices (natural gas and electricity) rising in the US?

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Here in Ireland we have 3 private energy companies and 1 semi-State energy company. They are all increasing their prices from September, about 12% on electricity and 21% on natural gas. Not sure about home heating oil. They say this is because natural gas and electricity prices on the international markets are increasing. But what […]

Will fracking give us the breathing room we need for renewable energy development.?

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

There is a lot of concern right now about the environmental impacts of fracking for natural gas. Natural gas production by fracking, though, is considerably more environmentally friendly than coal production by mining. Production and transportation costs are enough lower for gas than coal that gas is now a cheaper energy source than coal in […]

natural gas prices.In a recent year ,the price of a gallon of natural gas was $1.88.The price dropped 2 cents?

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

then rose 25 cents and then dropped 43 cents.By how much did the price drop during this period?

How did President Jimmy Carter respond to the energy crisis of the 1970s?

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

(A) In an attempt to hold down costs to consumers, he called for tighter federal controls on oil and natural gas prices. (B) He called energy conservation efforts “the moral equivalent of war.” (C) He imposed rationing on gasoline and heating fuel, and he placed tariffs on imported petroleum. (D) He called for abandoning environmental […]

Which of the following is most likely to shift the demand curve for electricity to the left?

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

a. a decrease in the price of electricity. b. an increase in the price of natural gas, a substitute source of energy. c. consumers becoming more energy conscious. d. an increase in income.

should israelis pay more for egyptian natural gas?

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

i’m a (jewish) resident of jerusalem/al quds and i just read an article in the JPost about how egyptian president mubarak forced us to pay 3x the price for natural gas that residents of egypt did. it’s annoying, but didn’t we kind of have it coming? a lot of my neighbors are virulently anti-egyptian and […]

Who has accomplished more for their state; Obama or Palin?

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

She passed ethics reform in Alaska that effectively ended the political career of many Republicans. She passed a constitutional ban on gay marriage but signed into law benefits for homosexual couples. And unlike the current Senate, has passed a budget in the amount of .6 billion that included several hundred cuts in wasteful programs, saving […]

Reverse Cycle Air Conditoner vs Gas Log Heater?

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Hi, I am looking at buying a gas log heater for warming the house in winter. Currently we have a fujitsu ‘inverter’ reverse cycle air conditioner, which is the primary heating source for the house. I have read that reverse cycle air conditioners are very efficient for heating the house, as they draw atmospheric heat […]

14. Three of the four events described below might reasonably be expected to shift the demand curve for Tacos?

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Tacos to a new position. One would not shift the demand curve. The single exception is: A) a change in people’s tastes with respect to Tacos. B) an increase in the money income of beef consumers. C) a widespread advertising campaign undertaken by the producers of a product competitive with Tacos. D) a fall in […]

Isn't it naive to think that offshore drilling or ANWR or will solve our energy problems?

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Offshore drilling: "The projections in the OCS access case indicate that access to the Pacific, Atlantic, and eastern Gulf regions would not have a significant impact on domestic crude oil and natural gas production or prices before 2030. Leasing would begin no sooner than 2012, and production would not be expected to start before 2017. […]