Energy & Industrials

Gas Market Competition Heats Up

Gregory Shuttlesworth

Competition in the gas market is heating up between Russia and the U.S. As Russia solidifies itself as the biggest supplier of natural gas to Europe, the U.S. is experiencing a recent resurgence of nuclear, solar, and wind energy. The result? Oil and natural gas prices are at their the lowest point in decades. Industry expert Gregory Shuttlesworth sits down with GLG to discuss the role of energy in the global economy and what to expect from non-conventional resources like nuclear, solar, and wind energy going forward.

Gregory Shuttlesworth is the Executive Director of North American Natural Gas at the PIRA Energy Group. There, he provides clients with timely analysis of how fast-breaking events will impact supply and demand, inter-fuel competition, and the outlook of gas prices. Before joining PIRA, Shuttlesworth was a senior analyst at the petroleum-consulting firm W.J. Levy Associates and an energy economist at the Chase Manhattan Bank. Shuttlesworth holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He also completed his post-Masters studies in economics at NYU.