February 2016, Vol. 243, No. 2

Editor's Notebook

Notebook: Now for the Good News

I’m doing research for presentations I’ve been asked to give before some groups in coming months, including Pipeliners Association of Houston and the Tennessee Gas Association. Obviously everyone knows about the chaos that “The Great Unwinding” is causing as the price of crude continues its historic downward spiral. Natural gas is doing somewhat better as it remains tied to a domestic market base. So, no need to depress my audiences any more than they already are. Actually, there is plenty of good news to talk about these days, especially if you’re in the natural gas business. Even more so if you live or work in my home state of Pennsylvania, heart of the Marcellus Shale. Last year Democrat

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