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Lecture 6

ECON323 Lecture 6: Lecture 6.pdf


Department
Economics
Course Code
ECON 323
Professor
Afshin Honarvar
Lecture
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Natural Gas Liquids
(NGLs) in North
America:
Focus on Canada
Upstream,
Midstream/Downstream
Infrastructure/End-Users,
and Market
Fundamentals/Economics
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October 21, 2014
Carlos A. Murillo
Economic Researcher
Canadian Energy Research
Institute
(CERI)
cmurillo@ceri.ca
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Economics 323: Natural
Gas Markets
(Lecture #6)

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Lecture Outline
About CERI
SESSION #1 - Upstream: Understanding what NGLs are and where they
come from
SESSION #2 - Midstream & Downstream: Understanding the required
infrastructure to transport NGLs to markets and identifying some of the
main NGLs end-users
SESSION #3 - NGLs Market Fundamentals/Economics: NGLs
Supply/Demand (S/D) Balances, NGLs Pricing, and Economics
SESSIONS’ STRUCTURE: Lecture, case study, recap, and problem
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Founded in 1975, CERI is an independent, non-profit research institute specializing in the
analysis of energy economics and related environmental policy issues in the energy production,
transportation, and demand sectors.
Our mission is to provide relevant, independent, and objective economic research in energy and
related environmental issues. A central goal of CERI is to bring the insights of scientific research,
economic analysis, and practical experience to the attention of government policy-makers,
business sector decision-makers, the media, and citizens of Canada and abroad.
Our core supporters include the Government of Canada (Natural Resources Canada), the
Government of Alberta (Alberta Energy), and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
(CAPP). In-kind support is also provided by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) and the University
of Calgary.
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