Dailyresourcehunter.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Dailyresourcehunter.Com related to Natural Gas. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Natural Gas.

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All Media Count   90
News Count (W/Clustered)   3 (3.33%)
Distinct Stories   3
Blog Count   85 (94.44%)
Tweet Count   1 (1.11%)
Shared Tweet Count   1
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   4.17
Combined Polarization   7.51
Combined Activity   1.58
Combined Personalization   1.58
News Tone   2.82
Blog Tone   4.21
Tweet Tone   4.55
First Seen   6/7/2011
Last Seen   12/16/2013
News/Social Ratio  3.33%
Attention/Loyalty  80 / 2953 days (2.71%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Matt Insley   42.22% (38)
Matt Insley Matt Insley   15.56% (14)
Byron King   7.78% (7)
Baker Hughes   5.56% (5)
Goldman Sachs   4.44% (4)

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University Of Maryland   56.67% (51)
Easiest Ways To Profit From Oil Right   55.56% (50)
Us Energy Information Administration   8.89% (8)
Chesapeake Energy   6.67% (6)
Chesapeake Energy Corp   4.44% (4)

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Related Worldwide Cities

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Utica, Pennsylvania, United States   6.67% (6)
Marcellus, New York, United States   5.56% (5)
Houston, Texas, United States   3.33% (3)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada   3.33% (3)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada   3.33% (3)

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Russia   1.11% (1)
United Kingdom   1.11% (1)

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London, City Of, United Kingdom   1.11% (1)

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DlyResourcHuntr   1.11% (1)[Profile]

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Dailyresourcehunter.Com   3.33% (3)

Top Blogs

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Dailyresourcehunter.Com   94.44% (85)

News Articles

All 3 news articles:


Precursor to the Natural Gas Boom...

...... One way to see that a natural gas boom is on the way, as Chris Mayer explained, is to monitor gas turbine sales. According to BusinessWeek "General Electric Co. has received $1 billion in orders this year for turbines that burn natural gas to make electricity from customers in North America eager to take advantage of low natural gas prices." In the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon tragedy ......

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Nat Gas Prices Continue Downward Trend...

...... If futures prices are any indication don't expect a rebound in natural gas prices until the beginning of heating season, December 2011. Prices for October and November plunged below $4 this month which follows the trend of more supply (with shale gas coming online) along with slowed demand (with fears of a global slowdown). According to Bloomberg "Gold's rally to a record near $1,900 an ......

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The Natural Gas "Golden Age" Has Begun...

...... With concerns about nuclear energy and the environmental impact of coal the natural gas industry, according to the EIA, is entering it's "golden age." An article from Dow Jones put it this way "Natural gas consumption could rise by more than 50% from 2010 levels and account for more than a quarter of global energy demand by 2035, the IEA said. This scenario would require an extra 600 billion ......

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Pol: 7.48%
Act: 22.74%
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Blog Posts

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Time To Ditch Saudi Arabia?

...... booming shale plays. This week, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released a report describing how the Marcellus Shale region is on track to supply 18% of total U.S. natural gas production in December. Let's take a look at two important charts - plus a few quick takeaways about how North America is changing the world Production in the Marcellus shale is booming. Here's ......

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Tone: 4.53%
Pol: 7.77%
Act: 21.19%
Per: 1.96%
Que: 7.83%
Exc: 1.74%

Three Ways To Play The Rebound In Natural Gas

...... As cold temperatures blanket much of the U.S., natural gas prices are heating up. But believe me, this isn't one of your local news fluff pieces about cold weather and sleigh rides, instead there's a surefire (long-term) way to turn a profit as temperatures drop and commodity prices rise. Today we'll take a look at how seasonality does matter for natural gas investors - and how the added ......

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Tone: 4.93%
Pol: 8.11%
Act: 24.90%
Per: 1.51%
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Exc: 6.56%

Five Big-Picture Investing Opportunities...

...... Fracking. More than 6,200 new oil and gas wells in just the past five years. Astonishing! Indeed, just the Marcellus Shale play of Pennsylvania already appears to be the second-largest natural gas deposit on the planet. When you throw in related plays like Utica and the Upper Devonian? This part of the world where I live is nearly off the charts with energy potential. Pennsylvania! Go figure! ......

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Tone: 4.23%
Pol: 10.01%
Act: 25.30%
Per: 1.83%
Que: 13.22%
Exc: 14.05%

"New Gold" Found In America

...... part of America's shale boom - a profitable one as you'll see! Before we continue, it's important to note that the Journal's note on sand was a little off. "Blasting it down oil and natural gas wells to help crack rocks and allow fuel to flow out" - isn't exactly accurate. (Yet another reason there's so much misunderstanding about the fracking industry!) To be clear, sand isn't used to "b ......

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Pol: 6.18%
Act: 25.30%
Per: 1.84%
Que: 1.39%
Exc: 11.11%

China's Young Nat Gas Industry Takes Another Step

...... China's efforts to develop its own shale oil and gas reserves will take another small step in 2014. "State-owned China Petroleum & Chemical Corp or Sinopec, is developing a second natural gas storage facility, with a capacity of 10.42 billion cubic meters, at the onshore Zhongyuan block in China," reports Platts news. China's reserves are estimated to be 50% greater than the U.S.'s, but ......

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Pol: 7.42%
Act: 19.49%
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Exc: 5.88%

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...The Natural Gas “Golden Age” Has Begun…: With concerns about nuclear energy and the environmental impact of coal...

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Pol: 13.64%
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