Customer that purchases energy for consumption and not for resale. See End-user
Natural gas that cannot be produced using the longest-established technologies. Much of it has only recently become viable to produce, due to either technological improvements or, in some places, higher gas prices that make the use of higher-cost production techniques feasible. Examples include Shale gas and Coalbed methane.
Term usually used to describe exploration and production activities in the oil and gas industry. It normally also includes piping or shipping the hydrocarbons to a processing plant.
Tanker market term for US Atlantic coast.
Tanker market term for US Gulf, more properly known as the Gulf of Mexico.
A ratio of the maximum demand of a system or part of a system to its rated capacity.