North America gas markets: What to look for in 2017

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30 January 2017

North America gas markets: What to look for in 2017

Report summary

This year features the tightest gas market fundamentals of the shale era. Historically low oil and gas drilling in 2016, a delayed slate of pipeline projects out of the Marcellus and Utica, and export-driven market growth at Sabine Pass and into Mexico all signal a Henry Hub price around $3.50/mmbtu. There are certainly questions around the further progress of Northeast pipeline projects and around the Trump administration's views toward Mexico. But we have chosen to focus on five vital issues for this upcoming year: ex-Northeast supply, associated gas, upstream cost inflation, volatile power loads and LNG terminal utilization.

Table of contents

  • Ex-Northeast Supply
  • Associated Gas
  • Upstream Cost Inflation
  • Volatile power loads
  • Utilization at Sabine Pass

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  • Gas's share of coal and gas generation in MISO

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