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Solomon announces the North American Natural Gas Forecast to 2050 report

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HSB Solomon Associates LLC has announced the North American Natural Gas Forecast to 2050 Report. The report provides insights, outlooks, opinions, and advice on the fundamentals of gas supply, demand, pipelines, storage, and price that influence the North American natural gas industry.

The forecast undertakes a detailed and comprehensive review of numerous, and often interrelated, influencing factors in the development of the long-term regional North American natural gas demand forecast. By assessing changing flow patterns as new supply regions continue to evolve, the report explains the changes to the North American natural gas market dynamics.

“With our thorough understanding of North American full-cycle gas costs through our three Economic Ranking of Oil and Gas Basin studies, Solomon can determine which natural gas plays—and which areas within each play—will attract capital and be developed first,” said Bill Gwozd, Senior Vice President of Solomon. “By following a step-by-step analytical process, we are able to build a detailed gas well connection forecast across the North American plays.”

The long-term North American Natural Gas Forecast to 2050 will:

  • Forecast North America (Lower-48 and Canada) sectorial gas demand on a regional basis by year, including gas for the growing Alberta oilsands, power generation, and opportunities for the growth of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports.
  • Forecast North American (Lower-48 and Canada) gas production for more than 40 plays by year, with a focus on emerging low-cost tight and shale gas.
  • Explain North American gas market dynamics, trade, and Solomon’s expectations for regional gas flows highlighting potential commercial opportunities for new infrastructure investment and development.
  • Provide a Henry Hub gas price forecast and basis outlook by year for 10 key regional pricing points – AECO, Algonquin, Appalachia, Chicago, Dawn, Malin, New York, Opal, SoCal, and WAHA.
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