Power, Gas, Coal and Renewables
11 August 2017 by
While hard coking coal prices have moved upward rather violently in recent days, some suppliers are concerned the basis for...
9 August 2017 by Marian Hookham
Mining giant Glencore is the apparently unwilling recipient of a mining lease for its proposed thermal coal development...
3 August 2017 by Marian Hookham
As spot prices for prime hard coking coal hover in the mid $170’s, several private and smaller Indian steel mills are priced out...
28 July 2017 by Jim Thompson
The bear lurks on the fringe of the global metallurgical coal market, but for now supply has been fragile as china in a...
21 July 2017 by Marian Hookham
Despite relatively minor impacts on recent supply demand fundamentals, seaborne coking coal spot prices managed to rally over the...
19 July 2017 by Jim Thompson
The first tickets have been issued to the annual dance among United States (US) cokemakers and metallurgical (met) coal suppliers.
4 May 2017 by Ed Kelly
Natural gas production in the Permian Basin is growing rapidly along with oil.
15 May 2016 by Energy Blogger
Time for a Reset
26 February 2016 by Energy Blogger
Summary of select IHS CERAWeek dialogues and plenaries on the power sector
25 February 2016 by Energy Blogger
This Strategic Dialogue focused on the well-known but less frequently addressed issue of liquefaction cost escalation and the ways...
23 February 2016 by Energy Blogger
Dan Yergin and Carlos Pascual co-chaired the Monday afternoon panel discussing the challenges of meeting the Paris December...
10 February 2016 by Mario Moreno
US imports of tableware and other household articles to hit an all-time volume high
3 December 2015 by Dan Yergin
Dr. Daniel Yergin's 1 December 2015 Commentary on CNBC.com
1 December 2015 by Stephen Trammel
Global oil markets continue to be significantly oversupplied and U.S. gas producers seek new markets to absorb surplus gas...
11 November 2015 by Larry Makovich
The power sector is on the leading edge of climate initiatives around the world. But, power system transitions are likely to...
11 November 2015 by Michael Stoppard
The latest paper from our LNG team explores innovations in contract terms.
20 October 2015 by Dan Yergin
Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, IHS, examines the patterns of energy transitions and the state of energy innovation.
18 September 2015 by Michael Stoppard
The forces of supply and demand for natural gas are pulling in opposite directions.
11 August 2015 by Chris Holly
New Clean Power Plan establishes broad carbon dioxide emission targets for coal- and natural gas-fired plants in...
12 May 2015 by Staff Writer
In the current global environment of lower oil prices, a new world of energy has emerged as once-valued assumptions are upended...
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