The decoupling of oil and gas prices that’s occurring in the mature US markef heralds a progressive gas price decoupling from oil throughout the world. However, outside North America the world has been slow to adapt to this change. Here, Ruud Weijermars and Crispian McCredie, Alboran Energy Strategy Consultants, look at the worldwide pace of decoupling and its implications for future gas pricing.
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First published in Petroleum Review Mar-11
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