Future for Natty

Discussion in 'Energy Futures' started by diablo11, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/297442/20120213/lng-natural-gas-japan-indonesia.htm

    I wouldn't dare try calling a bottom on natty being that I could see the front end of the curve dipping towards a 1 handle but articles like this really highlight the direction things may be going. With the spread so wide between gas here and the rest of the world can LNG be what drives US demand going forward? I am not familiar with the process of turning gas into LNG but does this rationale hold any validity?
     
  2. Instead of LNG, can additional transport efficiencies be realized with FNG, frozen natural gas? :confused: :cool: