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Welcome to Big Dog's Boom Boom Room! Established March 19, 2001.

This is a forum provided to discuss and share ideas related to the land and offshore oil industry and oil service industry.

The Boom Boom Room's motto is:

It's the price of oil stupid!

All posters are welcome and are encouraged to share, educate, learn -- and have some fun.

Never ever forget that without oil/gas the world as we know it grinds to a halt in very short order. It is for that reason that the drilling rig may be the single most important tool of the first part of this new century.

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198193I have also happily owned D for many years for all the reasons you outlined, andresearch1234-March 8
198192An LNG terminal does store LNG, and it could store LNG if the incoming shipment Elroy Jetson-March 8
198191Either way, I prefer owning D (and have for years) because it is a regulated uteJimisJim2March 8
198190The fact is that a lot of LNG has been coming into the US for years, and the impJimisJim-March 8
198189I'm just saying you need to use your common sense. From past experience I knElroy Jetson-March 8
198188Your rely comes across as fairly aggressive, particularly your statement that “Yresearch1234-March 8
198187It's impossible for Dominion's Cove Point LNG terminal to make more moneElroy Jetson-March 8
198186DM doesn’t pay a dividend since it’s a MLP, but it does pay a quarterly distriburesearch1234-March 8
198185Pembina Pipeline Corporation (PBA) This is another Canadian pipeline that supplE_K_S-March 7
198184Their Canadian assets? What are you referring to? You can get a share of DominElroy Jetson-March 7
198183Hi Elroy, Sounds like they need to get their Canada assets working. Bobrobert b furman-March 7
198182Shell has a large LNG transport fleet, so they transported the first Cove Point Elroy Jetson1March 7
198181More than likely to a Dutch Shell customer?? Bobrobert b furman-March 7
198180What I'm interested in seeing is where Cove Point manages to find customers.Elroy Jetson-March 7
198179Hi Elroy, Thanks for the update. These big export terminals ought to drive somrobert b furman-March 7
198178Hi rick, Thanks I was looking for it and could not find it. Bobrobert b furman-March 7
198177Hi Bob I believe it's Dominion Energy they bought Consolidated Natural Gas arichardred-March 7
198176The Cove Point LNG export terminal connects, via its own pipeline, to the major Elroy Jetson1March 7
198175I wonder who has the pipeline going to the terminal? Bob Kinder has the Chennirobert b furman-March 7
198174Cove Point Becomes 2nd U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas Export Terminal. forbes.comrichardred-March 7
198173This article from 2014, written before Apache found Woodside to buy their 50% shElroy Jetson-March 7
198172Woodside Petroleum nixes Grassy Point LNG export plant in Canada Australia’s WoE_K_S-March 7
198171Chevron's optimistic forecast for LNG prices in 2025 might well have been isElroy Jetson1March 6
198170This was announced yesterday . . Reuters: Chevron in talks to sell stake in CaE_K_S-March 6
198169Chevron has interests in a number of LNG projects, the largest is their $88 billElroy Jetson1March 6
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