Recent studies caution toward natural gas

Mills, Alex
February 2011
Fort Worth Business Press;2/28/2011, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p38
The article presents a summary of eight analysts' reports on natural gas, including "The Oil & Gas Journal" statement that global capital spending budgets of exploration and production companies are expected to rise eleven percent in 2011 according to 402 oil and gas firms surveyed by Barclays Capital, drilling to increase 10.6% in the U.S. and 15.4% in Texas in 2011 according to "World Oil" magazine, and cyclical oil market recovery to enter its second stage in 2011 towards a structural bull market in 2012 expected by Goldman Sachs.


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