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The Domino Effect
The shale revolution triggered The Domino Effect, a cascading series of events that has profoundly transformed energy markets, reshaped major related industries and remodeled the global economic and geopolitical landscape. This book presents a unique, integrated perspective on natural gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids that is vital to understanding energy prices, product flows, infrastructure, equity values and the global energy economy.
Innovative analysis provides energy producers, marketers, end users, financiers, and investors with a framework for understanding the tectonic shift in global supply and demand that will continue to drive energy markets for decades to come. The Domino Effect also delivers high-level insights into exploiting the extraordinary investment, trade and career opportunities that will continue to be opened by the shale revolution.
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"This book is about understanding energy markets: prices, flows, infrastructure, value, and economics. It is a critical examination of the responses of those markets since the advent of the shale revolution, a framework for understanding what happens next, and an explanation of how shale will continue to drive the energy industry in the coming decades in the United States and throughout the world."
E. Russell ("Rusty") Braziel is one of the most respected authorities in the field of energy information and markets. With an extensive trading and analytics background in the markets for natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oil, he is uniquely qualified to interpret the economic, commercial and pricing consequences of the shale revolution.
Rusty is president and CEO of RBN Energy, a leading energy consultancy providing analysis and advisory services, best known for its rock-music themed Daily Energy Post, a blog that goes deep into the details about energy market trends, the mechanics of how energy markets function, and the workings of economic and operational energy models.
The musical theme of RBN's daily blog harkens back to Braziel's previous career in the music industry. From the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s he played bass, guitar and pedal steel in a number of rock and country groups in East Texas, Tulsa and Los Angeles.
Rusty spent 20 years with Texaco (now Chevron), serving as Vice President of Natural Gas Marketing and Trading and Manager of NGL Supply. Subsequently he was Vice President of Business Development for The Williams Companies, President of Altra Energy Technologies and co-owner of Bentek Energy. Mr. Braziel holds BBA and MBA degrees in business and finance from Stephen F. Austin University. In 2014 he was named Stephen F. Austin Distinguished Alumni.
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Book Description NTA Press, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0692503013
Book Description NTA Press, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Brand New. 332 pages. 9.06x5.91x1.34 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 0692503013