Will COVID Crimp LNG as Bunker Fuel?

Will COVID Crimp LNG as Bunker Fuel?

Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss and Shiyana Gunasekera write about the liquefied natural gas bunkering market, LNG-fueled ships, and changes in growth and demand as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read their article. (starts on p. 47)
Natural Gas: A Gateway for Hydrogen in India

Natural Gas: A Gateway for Hydrogen in India

Shiyana Gunasekara writes about the potential for India’s natural gas market to pave a path for a hydrogen economy that can help lead the global energy transition. Read the full article at 9DashLine.
How Low Can WACC Go?

How Low Can WACC Go?

Colm Gibson writes that, as the Bank of England contemplates negative interest rates, a combination of negative rates and low equity returns could push the weighted cost of capital (WACC) allowed by regulator Ofwat for utility companies to zero or below. Read the...
Like a Bat Out of Hell

Like a Bat Out of Hell

Christopher Goncalves, Robert Stoddard, Alayna Tria, and Tristan Van Kote coauthored a series at Petroleum Economist. In part 1, the authors discuss energy implications of COVID-19, the outlook for oil, and gas resiliency. In part 2, the authors examine investment in...