Things to watch in 2013: A year of rebalancing

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In 2012, gas prices dropped to their lowest levels in a decade, and the ongoing fallout from this price collapse will be felt into 2013. On both the supply and demand side, the pillars that have traditionally supported growth are crumbling: US oil and NGL prices have fallen, power load growth isn't guaranteed, and foreign joint-venture capital isn't targeting dry gas shales.

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    • Utica: Ready for a breakout year
    • Supply-side recovery with higher prices: How fast will it be?
    • Liquids: No longer supportive of gas drilling?
    • Industrial projects: Major studies and investment decisions forthcoming
    • End-user unconventional joint ventures: Trend or fad?
    • Power sector gas demand: Leveraged to housing recovery
    • North American LNG exports: Regulatory progress?
    • Canadian policy: Pipeline and upstream questions
    • Environmental regulation: What will happen with MATS?
    • Carbon: Potential wildcard?

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