Natural Gas News – April 4, 2018

By Published On: April 4, 2018Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – April 4, 2018

Sub-Saharan Africa Natural Gas Infrastructure and Opportunities Report 2018 –

The Oklahoman reported: The “Natural Gas Infrastructure and Opportunities in Sub -Saharan Africa, 2018” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets. com’s offering. The study covers the current status of natural gas infrastructure in SSA, with focus on exploration, production, and consumption activities across major natural gas economies on the continent. This research study also tracks future investment opportunities for market participants in the overall gas value chain along with the key factors and challenges that will determine the extent of investment in the respective economies. Natural gas economies across Sub-Saharan are yet to realise the complete potential of their gas reserves. This provides an opportunity for global companies with sector expertise to provide services and solutions that can enable major gas economies in SSA achieve sustainable social and economic development through use of gas as an alternative source of energy and source of electric power generation. The region lacks expertise in the sector which can be overcome through international collaboration and implementation of industry best practices.

Did Natural Gas ETFs Rise More than Natural Gas?

Market Realist reported: In the last four trading sessions, natural gas May futures rose 3.8%. So, UNG and BOIL outperformed natural gas May futures during this period. UNG holds active natural gas futures contracts. BOIL follows twice the daily changes of the Bloomberg Natural Gas Subindex on a daily basis. Between March 3, 2016, and March 29, 2018, natural gas active futures rose 66.7% from their 17-year low.

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