Why is Chris Masse making a big deal about a little article on prediction markets in The Economist?

At the prediction markets blog, Midas Oracle, Chris Masse has posted several times (here, here, and don’t miss the remarks in the comments) about the recent piece on prediction markets in The Economist.  Among his recent grand pronouncements: If you are a prediction market consultant, and have nothing to say about the negative piece from… More Why is Chris Masse making a big deal about a little article on prediction markets in The Economist?

The natural gas industry is adapting to changing conditions

Michael Giberson From the Globe and Mail: Last year, the continental U.S. saw its natural gas production grow by 10 per cent to 55 billion cubic feet a day, powered by huge production increases from shale gas plays like the Marcellus, Haynesville in Louisiana and Texas’s Barnett field. In Canada, gas production actually declined by… More The natural gas industry is adapting to changing conditions