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Market dynamics are complicated as coal battles natural gas

Mark Repsher, Jamie Heller, Trygve Gaalaas, and Charlie Mann | Power magazine | 1 august 2017

To read the full POWER Magazine article, click here.

Several factors favor natural gas when it comes to the future of U.S. power generation. But other forces, such as power demand, energy efficiency, and the impact of renewables, make it a complex fray.

Let’s talk about the obvious. Since 2008, coal-fired generation and coal production in the U.S. have been decimated. Next story.

Is the coal sector dead, merely biding its time before King Coal regains his throne, or left somewhere in purgatory? Well, it’s complicated...

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Mark Repsher is an energy expert at PA Consulting Group. Jamie Heller is founder and president of Hellerworx, Trygve Gaalaas is president of Hawk Consulting Services, and Charlie Mann is director at Energy Investors Advisors. 

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