The Energy Information Administration (EIA) Thursday posted on its website a survey of proposed new inter- and intrastate natural gas pipeline and storage projects, which it plans to update quarterly.

The spreadsheet on upcoming natural gas pipelines provides a status update, plus other data, including: capital cost estimates, ownership information, design capacity, pipeline diameters, regulatory jurisdiction, project type, market served, approximate in-service dates and other details.

There are 107 prospective gas pipeline projects. The listing also includes 670 completed projects going back to 1997.

The listing of upcoming natural gas storage facilities includes 36 new projects, all facilities that are expected to enter service from 2012 through 2014, including all major types of natural gas storage fields. There also are 12 proposed expansions of existing storage fields.

Key storage project attributes covered include project name and ownership, estimated in-service dates, storage region, total capacity, working capacity, deliverability, regulatory jurisdiction, and other details.

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