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Natural Gas in Europe

Europe buys one-quarter of its natural gas from Russia and will remain dependent on that supply for the foreseeable future. However, that's not to say no natural gas companies are operating in Europe.

Musings on the Second Great Recovery Experiment and the Promise of Natural Gas: Ron Muhlenkamp

Like the economy as a whole, the Muhlenkamp Fund is still struggling to extricate itself from the morass of the Great Recession. Ron Muhlenkamp, founder of Muhlenkamp & Co. Inc., sees a forerunner to this downturn in the 1980–82 recession. In this interview, he tells The Energy Report how good policy ended the earlier slowdown and set the stage for two decades of prosperity. He also explains why bad policy is hampering recovery now, and what this means for investors.

Justin Smith of Western Canadian Properties Group Talks Natural Gas in BC

Gas Investing News recently had the chance to speak with Justin Smith, Investment Advisor at Western Canadian Properties Group, about natural gas projects in British Columbia. Contrary to suggestions that BC's LNG dreams could have been smashed by Russia's recent $400 billion deal with China, Smith says that "the demand [in China] is growing at a pace where you're going to need a number of these deals to satiate those demands."