Macrobusiness.Com.Au: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Macrobusiness.Com.Au 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   30
News Count (W/Clustered)   22 (73.33%)
Distinct Stories   21
Blog Count   7 (23.33%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.23
Combined Polarization   7.44
Combined Activity   1.19
Combined Personalization   1.19
News Tone   2.45
Blog Tone   1.53
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   8/14/2011
Last Seen   12/16/2013
News/Social Ratio  73.33%
Attention/Loyalty  26 / 2953 days (0.88%)
Domain Type   News
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Ian Macfarlane   13.33% (4)
Leith Van Onselen   10.00% (3)
Barack Obama   10.00% (3)
Christy Clark   6.67% (2)
Jeff Goodell   3.33% (1)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Us Department Of Energy   16.67% (5)
Department Of Energy   13.33% (4)
World Energy Outlook   10.00% (3)
Australian Industry Group   10.00% (3)
Energy Department   10.00% (3)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia   56.67% (17)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia   56.67% (17)
Gladstone, Queensland, Australia   13.33% (4)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   10.00% (3)
British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada   10.00% (3)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
Australia   6.67% (20)
United States   6.67% (9)
China   6.67% (8)
Japan   6.67% (7)
India   6.67% (6)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

New South Wales, Australia   53.33% (16)
Western Australia, Australia   50.00% (15)
Queensland, Australia   20.00% (6)
British Columbia, Canada   10.00% (3)
United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   6.67% (2)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

Texas, United States   13.33% (4)
Washington, United States   10.00% (3)
District Of Columbia, United States   10.00% (3)
Louisiana, United States   6.67% (2)
Oregon, United States   6.67% (2)

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Top News Outlets

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Macrobusiness.Com.Au   70.00% (21)
Reneweconomy.Com.Au   3.33% (1)

Top Blogs

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Macrobusiness.Com.Au   23.33% (7)

News Articles

All 22 news articles:


IEA sees a lot of US gas exports | | MacroBusiness

...... Information Administration (EIA) presents updated projections for U.S. energy markets through 2040. "EIA's updated Reference case shows that advanced technologies for crude oil and natural gas production are continuing to increase domestic supply and reshape the U.S. energy economy as well as expand the potential for U.S. natural gas exports," said EIA Administrator Adam Sieminski. "Growin ......

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Pol: 7.01%
Act: 21.79%
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The drift from Australian LNG goes on | | MacroBusiness

...... BHP yesterday confirmed that the drift away from Australian LNG goes on: He said greenfield liquefied natural gas projects remained "economically challenged" and signalled BHP was in no rush to move forward with the Scarborough LNG venture with ExxonMobil off WA. While floating LNG is the leading option for Scarborough, Mr Cutt said BHP wanted further study of options involving existing ......

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Tone: 3.01%
Pol: 6.35%
Act: 23.24%
Per: 0.17%
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LNG buyers mull alliance | | MacroBusiness

...... From Reuters today: An uncomfortable prospect for global exporters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will unfold in India this week buyers from countries that import 70 percent of the world's LNG will meet to discuss how to get a better deal. The meetings may herald the early stages of an Asian buyers' club for natural gas in supercooled form transported on ships. Should such a grouping ......

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Tone: 1.96%
Pol: 5.60%
Act: 24.51%
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We need to reserve gas | | MacroBusiness

...... It's only by exporting this gas at a Pacific Rim price that it is economical to exploit CSG. Coal seam gas is an extraordinarily expensive way to get gas out of the ground compared to natural gas So, saying Well we need cheap gas at $3.50, coal seam gas will stay in the ground at $3.50. We have to adjust the industry to using gas at a higher price. But I take your point on emissions. Gas ......

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Tone: 0.38%
Pol: 6.21%
Act: 27.50%
Per: 2.17%
Que: 9.76%
Exc: 0.00%

Coal pain digs in | | MacroBusiness

...... reality confronting LNG as well in a few more years: Santos Queensland vice-president Trevor Brown, who is running the upstream business for the company's multi-billion dollar liquified natural gas company, admitted resource companies needed to drive down costs, but it was not all about high wages. Not yet cognisant enough of the curve. Support MacroBusiness and improve your investment ......

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Pol: 7.31%
Act: 24.23%
Per: 1.15%
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Exc: 6.67%

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Finally some truth about LNG excess | | MacroBusiness

...... to select the most efficient gas supplies. In a separate story, the AFR recounts more UBS's analysis: Australia's high-cost environment is casting doubt on $156 billion of liquefied natural gas projects that "should" go ahead, according to UBS energy analyst Nik Burns. Mr Burns told an energy round table on Thursday that LNG project proponents' concerns about costs in Australia posed a ......

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Pol: 7.14%
Act: 22.75%
Per: 1.06%
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Should Australia have a gas reservation policy? | | MacroBusiness

...... over the next two to three years, the very time in which the commencement of LNG exports from Queensland will see annual gas demand in eastern Australia triple," he said. "Looming natural gas shortages in NSW could be avoided by the timely and balanced development of the state's already discovered reserves of natural gas." With a "gas cliff" expected in 2016 as major east coast LNG ......

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Pol: 8.56%
Act: 27.30%
Per: 0.97%
Que: 5.88%
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US DOE report gives green light to LNG exports | | MacroBusiness

...... senario in which the US does accrue net benefits from expanding its LNG exports. The report by NERA is available in full here. It's conclusions are as follows: NERA developed a Global Natural Gas Model ("GNGM") and a general equilibrium model of the U.S. economy ("NewERA Model") to evaluate feasible levels of LNG exports and their impacts on the U.S. economy. These two models allowed us to ......

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Pol: 7.90%
Act: 22.13%
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Exc: 1.16%

S&P: LNG price convergence in the long term | | MacroBusiness

...... Europe. But could convergence of pricing around the world soon be in the cards? Not yet. The positive operating conditions, coupled with government initiatives promoting the use of natural gas in the energy mix for environmental and economic factors, have significantly increased the development and consumption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) globally (see "What's Behind The Boom In Global ......

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Tone: 2.05%
Pol: 8.22%
Act: 25.40%
Per: 0.93%
Que: 4.65%
Exc: 0.00%

Will Japan do to us on gas what we did to it on ore? | | MacroBusiness

...... story in The Australian today about a Japanese push to break the oil-benchmarked LNG contract pricing system: JAPAN'S drive to sever the oil link in the pricing system for liquefied natural gas could slow development of Australia's gas industry, oil and gas company Santos has warned, saying the current pricing system was important to funding new developments. The Japanese move revealed ......

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Pol: 5.06%
Act: 29.43%
Per: 1.90%
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