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Natural gas has to be the least favorite commodity in the United States right now — it’s dirt cheap even after it recovered from recent lows below two dollars, local communities in some areas are harrumphing about earthquakes and water pollution in the areas where hydrofracking is producing this cheap gas, and the gas developers […]

People love high dividends. No matter what else is being teased and touted, it seems, the ones that get forwarded to me en masse are the emails touting the high-yielding MLPs, trusts, REITs or plain old dividend-focused stocks that pay out unusually high amounts of cash every month or every quarter … and it’s hard […]

You can always count on a good story from a Phase 1 teaser — Phase 1 is the fancy top-of-the-line upgrade newsletter from Stansberry & Associates ($5,000/year, though it’s usually “on sale” for $3,000 when they’re promoting it as they are now), currently edited by Frank Curzio, and it has historically focused on lots of […]

Here’s the pitch for the ad I’m looking at this morning: “At the equivalent of $1.50 per gallon, the ‘fuel of the future’ is over 50% cheaper than diesel. And it’s many times safer, cleaner, and more environmentally friendly… “But what only a few people know — the rich, connected people, like Pickens and Soros […]

“Some smart Americans have begun collecting checks from a little-known government-guaranteed gas rebate program. And they’ll continue receiving payments until 2011. Now you can join them…. Simply put your name on the list below to claim your ‘Gas Rebate’ checks ($400-plus every month!) starting with the next payout … New York Times reports that Americans ‘are making significant amounts of money’ from this gas rebate program”

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    I'll agree that not ALL electricity is fungible. One needs to be in a modern country with an organized power "grid" - an...

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    There's a good Seeking Alpha article on what might be coming. KCI Research Ltd. has been pretty accurate in the past an...

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    Duh! Blue (or green) gas refers to the source of electricity for an EV. Battery power is not the only EV power source. B...

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    You suggest why not use Natural gas (methane) or propane. Their combustion or use in a fuel cell generates carbon dioxid...

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    As I recall, but might be wrong, the Blue Gas refers to the Bloom Box Fuel Cell technology that uses natural gas to prod...

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    D'you mean I had to sit through that half hour or more bucket mouth's spiel only to find out it would cost me $49 to fin...

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    Looks like it is Bloom Energy (BE) (I'm no Travis so can't say for sure). I read the article then did a few searches fo...

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    Might as well use propane, a liquified natural gas. Much easier to store than hydrogen, and powers engines in much the ...

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    $FYI - US Launches “Game Changer” Perovskite Solar Cells At Natural Gas note: This may have been post on 4/29...

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    In India, there are many gas stations that are equipped with Clean Natural Gas (CNG) filling for cars...

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    I'm moving towards believing the use of hydrogen as the most practical form of storage. In the UK hydrogen is being tri...

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    CLNE is a natural gas venture the bye products of combustion are not just H2O, it appears you were mainly looking at st...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Perhaps, but demand for natural gas for hydrogen would be a tiny blip in the Nat gas market — which is still pretty lo...

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    I was pondering if there was another way to hedge a position in hydrogen before buying into emerging hydrogen cell compa...

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    Good article Travis. We have all read about hydrogen powered vehicles for years, but no one, to my knowledge, has even...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    You don't have to be worried about climate change and atmospheric pollution to know that coal's days are and should be n...

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    $FYI - Huge Battery Investments Drop Energy-Storage Costs Faster Than Expected, Threatening Natural Gas "RMI’s...

  • SoGiAm

    REI Schedule 13D New owner of 5.5M shares, 8.1% http://archive.fast-edgar.com//20191021/AUA2WG2CZC229ZZ2222L2ZZIGQ2G7S...

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    Lilis Energy, Inc. is an upstream independent oil and gas company. The Company is engaged in the acquisition, drilling a...

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    $FYI:OT - News Release: NREL Announces New Projects to Advance Medium- and Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Vehicle Technologi...

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    Oil is NOT dead in the water....good gracious I live in the Permian Basin and we are producing MORE than ever....if you ...

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    Your comment about H is to confined, try mixing it into natural gas pipe lines for use in homes and compressed with natu...

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    Fracking drills for natural gas, not oil....

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    If Aurora passed on them during canni Med deal there is a good reason Travis this is the largest of the 23 streaming de...

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    You should have time DB. In response to the 3 phase question you have DB, most customers in my service area that have 3 ...

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    After reading Dr. Moors over-hyped promotion and then your evaluation, Travis, I am thankful for your honesty and approa...

  • SoGiAm

    "I believe the natural resources sector - from oil and natural gas to minerals - is on the cusp of a major upswing. I'd ...

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    I would not bet on the hi-der-jun economy. Ballard et al have been at it forever. remember that fuel cell catalyst is ...

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    Hi Jimmy Dunn, By "shrinking natural gas by 600%", they are talking about the space it takes up for shipping purposes, a...

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    Travis....I have long wondered why Dow Corning has not moved into west Texas in Ward and Winkler counties to take adva...

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    Something that makes it sound like BS to me is this: if you cool natural gas low enough it WILL REVERT TO THE LIQUID STA...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    CH4 is methane, which is mostly what people are thinking about when they talk about natural gas (though naturally occurr...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    The short answer is, because costs come down every year but aren’t low enough yet... and, on the other side, US electr...

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    Most generation is fossil fuel, be it natural gas, coal, fuel oil and then there is nuclear generation. Think of the siz...

  • SoGiAm

    $ONTX fp - Thank YOU #SuperSleuth, Glenn !!!! 15 degrees F here Thank God 4 natural gas! Added to LPTX, $SRRA ...

  • SoGiAm

    $LNGLY - Link: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/energy-inner-circle/friday-file-kent-moors-2-million-startup-and-7-t...

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    Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (ASX:LNG) (OTCMKTS:LNGLY) (LNGL) is an ASX listed company. Magnolia LNG have four liquefa...

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    Arch1, How many coal plants are being replaced by natural gas? I don't think there is enough known about the current ...

  • arch1

    Where nickel is used; https://www.nickelinstitute.org/NickelUseInSociety/AboutNickel/WhereWhyNickelIsUsed.aspx Do ...

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    YES - snake oil folks. The Calgary 860MW conventional natural gas plant cost $1.5 Billion, $2000/MW. This is double w...

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    The CO2 is in a supercritical state which is sort of a squishy liquid, NOT a gas. and it is under pressure to around 200...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I agree it's a very challenged and extremely overlevered business, but be careful about having too much confidence in th...

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    Oil and natural gas aren't going away any time soon so if you are green and want effective pollution control for the old...

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    I am not sure if Moors is talking about conventional solar panels, he says its not conventional panels. Some sort of new...

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    Some natural gas stacks have had an uptick, but are still way underpriced. Take AltaGas, for instance, which pays 6% at ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    He's talking about natural gas, it's pretty clear -- but haven't gotten a chance to dig into those details and ID the st...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Coal isn't just about CO2. It's awful for other kinds of pollution as well, and has huge environmental (acid rain and s...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    The Cheniere facility that's operational now is tied in to several pipeline systems, so they're probably able to buy gas...

  • SoGiAm

    $CRZO - Colorado has 40x more natural gas than previous estimates, USGS says http://seekingalpha.com/news/3188430-color...

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    Three mile island nuclear plants in Pennsylvania cannot compete with natural gas. They are planning to close down both ...

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    I'm not that worried about bridging the gap - there is a flood of ultra cheap natural gas around now and gas turbine gen...

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    I think it is Cheniere Energy (LNG). They've built the first LNG terminal at Sabine Pass, LA, and are working on a seco...

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    sasol uses low lignite coal,and not natural gas to make fuel,it has been doing this in south africa since the early eigh...

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    Hi Vijay, I agree that free trade policies have benefitted humanity immensely, and that free trade should be expanded. B...

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    I'm a long time subscriber (almost 3 years now) and I can tell you that it is worth the money. The newsletter is about p...

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    The new "latest and greatest" is "Siluria Technologies: ST can created real gasoline from natural gas and are about t...

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    Two areas you don't see much discussion on are energy density, and the manufacturing/waste stream. To yield the same ou...

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    Biotech $XON and $D Dominion Resources teaming up for natural gas conversion to isobutanol: http://www.prnewswire.com/...

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    Subsidy is it when it comes to solar. It's now an overcapacity, glutted industry headed for dramatic consolidation. ...

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    Black (and brown, etc.) liquors resulting from wood pulping used to be disposed of by the firms in nearby water bodies. ...

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    Yes, the carbon has to go somewhere. The only way to get it out of the gas emissions is to get it into a liquid or solid...

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    Yes, the carbon has to go somewhere. The only way to get it out of the gas emissions is to get it into a liquid or solid...

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    Natural gas is petty much methane. He gave the answer: Every one thinks that hydrogen is a very clean fuel but it it...

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    What's your opinion of Hydrogen as a fuel made from natural gas? I have read that one ton of hydrogen produces nine to ...

  • arch1

    Offon Temperature, otherwise correct. Fuel Flame Temperature acetylene 3,100 °C (oxygen), 2,400 °C (air) blowtorch ...

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    The Penny Stock Guru I think is the only letter Manny writes for his company. Last year I took him up for a free month ...

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    What a dandy new technology we have here (snark). Supposedly it will revive the coal industry by eliminating most carbon...

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    The Oxford Cl;ub never mentioned processing costs. It costs an enormous amount to liquify gas and keep it that way. Co...

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    "Train" is a chemical engineering term for a system used to process a commodity such as crude oil or natural gas. To se...

  • arch1

    In dry air Nitrogen and oxygen make up 99.04% of volume. CO2 only .93% Water vapour varies between roughly...

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    LNG is a global commodity and thus subject to a global delivered price. The U.S. currently has the lowest cost for the f...

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    I have previously touched only briefly on Abiotic Hydrocarbons or in other words those not formed by living organisms th...

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    Natural gas pricing will drive LNG profitability. Just like shale 'showed' up in N. America and disrupted pricing, gas ...

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    Frank, do you think they won't succeed in creating thorium reactors? I love the cheapness of nuclear, but I don't like...

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    Chinese dollar holdings: In another post I made comments about last month's Chinese moves in dollar holdings (OUT). The...

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    Sure, if course if it's "just like gasoline" it had the same energy content. Any energy differences to make it from Na...

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    I went with LNG the day that the fed's approved them to EXPORT natural gas and got out @ $80.00 a share.....made $21k on...

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    I'm just a casual observer of this with a small stake in the company lng, but to me the hope for a killing there rests o...

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    Siluria is producing gasoline from natural gas at a pilot plant run by Braskem with equipment from Linde. Long Linde....

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    They are referring to Sasol which uses Fischer Tropse technology (invented in 1920's and extensively used by Germany in ...

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    Obama Hates Coal...I mean, he really hates coal. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/obama-unveil-final-power-pla...

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    I think you should all look at Velocys PLC (LON:VLS) Velocys plc (Velocys), formerly Oxford Catalysts Group PLC, is ...

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    I don't think Mr Broderick is teasing SSL as the company. I think he is teasing Siluria Technologies who is making gaso...

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    ....sorry, didn't finish...oil, natural gas, steel, coal, base metals, food, copper, all deflated. Bonds are topping. D...

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    $ATUSF, other miners: A number of mining stocks have a very similar candlestick chart patterns ending last week that lo...

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    Travisz; How about Oxford's pitch using natural gas into gasoline? Any comments? Ken@CoastalGen.com...

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    Myron: I've taken a little beating in commodity-based stuff over the last year but I'm hopeful we are at the start of a...

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    Sogiam, Interesting. My favorite Ausie LNG stock is LNGLF, with major institutions currently buying the heck out of ...

  • SoGiAm

    As if a 115% gain since early January wasn't enough, shares of Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd (ASX: LNG) (“LNGL”) have sk...

  • jer_vic

    Hi Frenchy: No worries on the delayed reply. I work in IT so I'm glued to some kind of computer at almost all times, ...

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    Hi Mr Bigfoot, I have posted a topic for discussion which has attracted a few readers who are now clamoring for exper...

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    Carbon Bigfoot can you review Irregular hendrixnuzzles discussion on a private company called Suluria with some interes...

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    More tea leaf reading from old press releases: Paula Reynolds Joins Siluria Technologies Board of Directors SAN FRA...

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    From an older press release, I see that the Linde Group spent SIX MONTHS DUE DILIGENCE on this process before entering a...

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    Hi Frank, Your question on costs cannot be answered by anyone outside the Siluria team, because no one outside Siluria...

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    Hi Frank, Have you checked out Siluria's website and the BioFuels trade pub link ? I would actually appreciate hear...

  • Patricia

    Well Hendrix I carefully read every word of your additional posts and am intrigued. The main objection I've heard over t...

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    I sort of neglected your main query about what compounds can be produced. And I am not a chemist either so as a discla...

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