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Natural gas from shale: Texas revolution goes global

The Texas experiment in extracting natural gas from the Barnett Shale proved the technical feasibility of shale gas development and brought costs within bounds that promise to give shale gas an important role in global energy supplies for decades to come. ; Shale gas cost estimates vary widely, partly because of limited experience in a few basins and partly because the technology is evolving. Prices of competing energy sources at levels seen today will likely stimulate continued rapid development of natural gas from shale. However, additional regulations to protect or conserve groundwater ...
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 10-13

Journal Article
Why do gasoline prices react to things that have not happened?

Some people complain they are being gouged at the pump, but raising prices now in anticipation of what might happen helps ensure an adequate gas supply.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jul , Pages 10-11

Journal Article
International trade and finance under the influence of oil-1974 and early 1975

Review , Volume 57 , Issue May , Pages 11-15

Journal Article
Venezuela: the trouble with oil

Economics Update , Issue Apr , Pages 5-6

Journal Article
Texas economy shifts into higher gear

Southwest Economy , Issue Jan , Pages 3-7

Journal Article
Commodity futures index trading and spot oil prices

Politicians, market participants, and economists have argued about whether the increased trading induced by the growth of index funds over the past decade is a cause of high commodity prices.
Economic Synopses

Journal Article
Oil prices: backward to the future?

A useful first guess about the future spot price of a commodity is usually found in its current futures price. But it doesn?t work that way when the commodity in question is oil. This Commentary explains why the characteristics of oil, particularly the value it can offer its owner by remaining in the ground, cloud the information that oil futures prices give about future oil prices.
Economic Commentary , Issue Dec

Journal Article
Pipelines to feed the beast

The United States? rapacious appetite for oil products and Canada's vast supply spur district pipeline projects.
Fedgazette , Volume 19 , Issue May , Pages 11-13

Working Paper
Monetary policy and oil price shocks: empirical implications of alternative responses

Working Papers , Paper 93-7

Journal Article
Oil and the economy

FRBSF Economic Letter



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