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Managing the Low Price Market

Managing the Low Price Market

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Economic Growth in Emerging Markets Provides Opportunity in Low Price Gas Market
Consistently low natural gas prices are pushing natural gas industry participants to find innovative ways to meet rising demand while lowering production costs. Those hoping to persevere in the current “survival of the fittest” environment must capitalize on opportunities facilitated by lower crude oil and gas prices.
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Market Conditions Forge New Focus on Diversification, Production Reliability
Diversification through mergers and acquisitions, as well as physical expansion into downstream markets, have emerged as tactics helping upstream and midstream organizations through the current price-challenged environment. Others, hoping to take advantage of expanding production capacity, are looking inward and rewriting capital investment plans, redirecting focus to efficiency and reliability to produce as much revenue as possible from a supply-heavy market.
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Convergence with the Electric Market
As convergence between the electricity and natural gas markets in North America grows, competition for gas supplies will continue to increase. Ensuring reliability will require access to sufficient pipeline infrastructure to meet competing demands for gas.
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Managing the Low Price Market

The natural gas industry continues to adapt to a price environment that challenges their business profitability. [Tweet This]Finding efficiencies to streamline production, investing in new technologies and capitalizing in downstream opportunities are just some of the approaches bring employed by industry leaders.

Managing the Low Price Market

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