Agnia trade by trend
As the world's greatest producer of natural gas moves aggressively to expand its exports of liquefied natural gas LNGAmerica stands poised to become an energy superpower--an unanticipated development with far-reaching implications for the international order.
Are we on the edge of a truly global gas market? Are we Or are low oil [and gas] prices killing the US shale boom?
PRICE ACTION TRADING (Daily Time Frame Trading) 💹
Newfound abundant resources, new producer states, the growth of trade in liquefied natural gas LNGthe buildup of infrastructure, and the rise of global gas trade are indeed exciting developments for businesses, entrepreneurs, and financiers. However, it may very well be that the most profound implications of the transforming global gas markets will be for governments and policymakers.
The shifts in gas markets are upsetting the half-century-long status quo of global gas relations and carry profound geopolitical implications. Other countries have also made it clear that they will not remain on the sidelines.
Canada, Australia, China, Argentina, and some European states have either reinvigorated their own gas development or considered shale exploration. For some, as a cleaner fossil fuel, gas holds promise as a means for reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the face of climate change concerns.
If a new era of gas is arriving across the globe, then the new geopolitics of gas is coming on its heels.