Northwest S. of Green River Rocky Mountains Natural Gas Prices

Published: May 20, 2019
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All deals along the Northwest Pipeline system south of Green River, including the Rocky Mountains, Piceance, and San Juan pools, but excluding deals at the La Plata interconnect with El Paso.

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