November 2012, Vol. 239 No. 11

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: Too Good To Be True?

Cheap and abundant, cleaner power generation, new jobs, profitable refineries, returning petrochem plants, the good news about natural gas just keeps on coming, or does it? Have you thought as to what shape the natural gas business is in these days? For every upside there is a downside, and so there is with natural gas as indicated in an Oct. 21 article in The New York Times which pointed out that while consumers and to a lesser extent gas-fired utilities – along with early investors – have been big winners – not everyone has profited from the shale boom, especially producers and investors now suffering from this extended low-price environment. It was time for

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