It will take a while for the energy sector to get to its new ‘normal,’ says the EIA Acting Administrator in the U.S. agency’s annual outlook clouded by the COVID-19 pandemic.
EQT will seek to produce “responsibly sourced natural gas” from select wellpads by using continuous methane emission monitoring devices provided by pilot partner Project Canary.
If the EIA outlook is correct, 2021 would be the first time U.S. natural gas output falls for two years in a row since 2005, and 2022 would be the first time consumption falls for three consecutive years since 1983.
EIG's bet in Brazil comes while the state firm Petrobras speeds up asset sales, ending what was nearly a state-held monopoly in natural gas five years ago.
From an improving gas market to international opportunities and a new energy workforce, a panel of veteran analysts in the oil and gas industry discuss what to expect from the sector in 2021.
U.S. natural gas futures rose on Dec. 31 and were on track for their best year since 2016, helped by forecasts for slightly colder weather than previously expected and record LNG exports.
The incoming Biden administration signals an acceleration in the energy transition, while fossil fuel producers count on a COVID-19 vaccine to help demand recover.