At least we’re not burning it off like we used to.
Alrighty, I admit it...I can’t understand a word of this. I don’t know what NGL is, something about natural gas? Does the article mean we have lots of gas but no one is buying it? Why is someone rejecting shale gas and who are they? Please, just a little help for those of us who are not conversant with terms of the petroleum world.
What gasses make up LNG?
What gas or gasses are extracted from shale? ...all that's in your chart?
Of course, all the polyethylene producers are "loving it" with their feedstock costs dropping like a rock.
Is this a trick question?
"BP America has recruited an extraordinary group of 10 individuals for the companys independent External Advisory Council. The Council will assist and advise BP America Chairman and President Bob Malone in reviewing the operations and business of BP in America."
The 10 members of the External Advisory Council are:
Tom Daschle Former U.S. Senator from South Dakota, Daschle served in the U.S. Senate for 26 years, including as Senate Majority Leader.
Mark Hamilton President of the University of Alaska and retired U.S. Army Major General.
Jamie Gorelick One of the longest-serving Deputy Attorneys General, Gorelick is a member of numerous boards, and lectures on corporate governance and business ethics.
Leon Panetta Former Chief of Staff to the U.S. President, 1994-1997, and former U.S. Representative from California.
Alden J. McDonald, Jr. President and CEO of Liberty Bank and Trust Company.
Alan Simpson Former U.S. Senator from Wyoming, Simpson has served on numerous government committees and civic boards.
Warren Rudman Former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire and recipient of the Presidential Citizens Medal for Public Service.
Jim Hall An expert on crisis management, government relations and transportation safety and security, Hall has served government and private clients for over 35 years.
Admiral Frank L. Skip Bowman (ret.) Admiral Bowman is president and chief executive officer of the Nuclear Energy Institute and is the former Chief of Naval Personnel and the former Director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion.
Christine Todd Whitman Former Governor of New Jersey and former Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Whitman is a member of many public boards.
Please to explain.
Here’s an interesting research tidbit concerning natural gas (specifically methane) that was in today’s “R&D Magazine” email daily research review.