Are low natural gas prices helpful or harmful?

By Paul Studebaker, CMRP, editorial director

Paul Studebaker says U.S. and global activities will push oil and gas prices closer to energy parity.

Low gas prices are cutting efficiency project paybacks off at the knees, destroying balance sheets on solar and wind, and offering a cheap, relatively low-carbon alternative for companies that might otherwise look to renewables to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But the low prices won't last, because way too many folks are making far too many plans to cash in.

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Paul Studebaker earned a masters degree in metallurgical engineering and gathered 12 years experience in manufacturing before becoming an award-winning writer and editor for publications including Control and Plant ServicesNow chief editor of Sustainable Plant, Paul Studebaker earned a masters degree in metallurgical engineering and gathered 12 years experience in manufacturing before becoming an award-winning writer and editor for publications including Control and Plant Services. Email him at pstudebaker@putman.net
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