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Wir möchten Sie an dieser Stelle auf den denkwürdigen Preisverfall des Erdgases auf dem US-Markt hinweisen: Dort kostet der fossile Energieträger so wenig wie seit zehn Jahren nicht mehr. Die Preise liegen inzwischen knapp unter 2 US-Dollar je eine Million BTU, was für die Einheit British Thermal Units steht. Wie Sie im Chartbild sehen, kennt US-Erdgas insbesondere seit dem Sommer 2011 nur noch eine Richtung, und zwar nach unten.

Lesen sie den ganzen Artikel: Öl, Erdgas: US-Erdgas bald gratis? Chancen für Value-Investoren!
Wer sich für Shale Gas interessiert, könnte sich ja auch mal diese Dokumente ansehen:

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/us/natural-gas-drilling-d…

Dass dieser Aspekt im Artikel nicht erwähnt wird, wirft ja ein besonderes Licht auf den Premiumdienst ;)
Aber dass die Preise fallen kann man ja nicht nur negativ bewerten. Für die die das Gas verkaufen sicherlich, aber für die restliche Industrie in Amerika kann das ja wohl nicht gelten.
Durch die sinkenden Energiekosten haben sich neue Firmen angesiedelt und auch bestehende können durch die Einsparungen auf der einen Seite Ausgaben leisten die vorher nicht drin waren. Somit schafft das ganze (von den Gasfirmen mal abgesehen) neue Arbeitsplätze und die braucht Amerika ganz bestimmt.
Näheres zu dem Thema hab ich auf der folgenden Seite gefunden:
http://www.finance-magazin.de/maerkte-wirtschaft/weltwirtsch…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.354.768 von rammsteinacdc am 22.07.14 22:36:22habe mir jetzt ein paar Ansichtsstücke geholt, um mich auch hier zum Mitlesen zu animieren
Cheniere secures USD 2.5 billion funding for Corpus Christi liquefaction project
Houston-based LNG player Cheniere said it has won US$ 2.5 billion in financing for its Corpus Christy liquefaction project in the U.S.

Investment funds managed by EIG have agreed to purchase approximately $1.5 billion of convertible notes with the proceeds being used as equity to fund a portion of the costs of developing, constructing and placing into service the Corpus Christi liquefaction project, Cheniere said in a statement on Tuesday.

RRJ Capital managed investment funds would purchase, in aggregate $1 billion notes, with the proceeding being used again for the purposes of funding a portion of the development and construction costs of Corpus Christi project. RRJ will have the right to transfer a portion of the convertible notes to Temasek Holdings and its affiliates.

After acknowledging the agreements with both investment funds, Cheniere’s CEO Charif Souki said the project is making progress and it is expected to commence construction in early 2015.

Corpus Christi liquefaction project is being designed for up to three trains with an expected aggregate annual production capacity of approximately 13.5 mtpa.
KMI signs Contract with Cheniere
Kinder Morgan said that Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline, Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company have entered into 15-year firm transportation agreements and a multi-year storage agreement with Cheniere Energy through its unit, Corpus Christi Liquefaction.

Under the agreements, KMI will provide 550,000 dekatherms per day of firm natural gas transportation service, as well as 3 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage capacity to serve the LNG export facility being developed near Corpus Christi.

The project is being designed and permitted for up to three trains, with aggregate design production capacity of approximately 13.5 million tonnes per annum of LNG. The natural gas transportation service can be increased to 800,000 Dth/d upon the completion of certain conditions in the Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline agreement.

KMI will expand its existing Texas intrastate pipeline system in South Texas to provide 250,000 Dth/d of firm transportation and 100 percent of the storage services, and expand its TGP pipeline to provide 300,000 Dth/d of firm transportation from various Zone 1 receipt points near its Station 87 Pool located in Portland, Tennessee.

The construction of the facilities necessary to support these services will be coordinated with the startup of the LNG export facility, which is expected in 2018/2019. KMI expects to invest approximately $187 million for this project.
Cheniere finalizes USD 1.5 bln equity investment for Corpus Christi with EIG
Houston-based LNG player Cheniere said that it has entered into a note purchase agreement with EIG Management Company.

The companies finalized the definitive documentation for the previously announced financing under which investment funds managed by EIG will purchase $1.5 billion of convertible notes.

Proceeds from the financing will be used as equity to fund a portion of the costs of developing, constructing and placing into service the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project, which is being designed for up to three liquefaction trains with an expected aggregate annual production capacity of approximately 13.5 mtpa. The financing is scheduled to close once Cheniere reaches a positive final investment decision on the liquefaction project, expected in the first half of 2015.

All financing commitments have been obtained for the liquefaction project, including a portion of the proceeds from $1 billion of convertible notes issued by Cheniere Energy in November 2014 and the recently revealed approximately $11.5 billion of debt commitments received from several financial institutions in December 2014.


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