Monthly Archives: June 2013

Seasonality in Gas Production and Consumption


A special characteristic of gas as fuel is its seasonality, or irregularity in consumption. In summer, a decrease in consumption leads to a drop in demand, while in winter, demand is extremely high. This inconsistency does not concur with gas … Continue reading

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Energy efficiency and NRGLab


Energy efficiency is progressively becoming more impactful on consumer decision making. Whether it’s the average miles per gallon of a new car, or the size of a house you’re considering buying, in today’s economy, every penny matters. So why throw … Continue reading

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Israel’s natural gas may ease tensions in Middle East


The discovery of vast repositories of natural gas under Israel has transformed the country into a green-energy mogul and major industry player almost overnight. For decades, Israel has been part of the log-jam of Middle Eastern countries vying for imported … Continue reading

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The little guys are finally catching up to big bully Gazprom


The future of Russia’s natural gas power Gazprom, which saw a 15% drop in profits last year, seems uncertain since President Vladimir Putin has gone ‘all-in’ on foreign exports. The President promised to transform Russia into an “energy superpower,” but … Continue reading

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