Alarming

Despite Fuel Costs, Gas-Fired Generation Keeps Growing

The amount of new gas-fired power generation planned for the next two years reveals the rather alarming possibility that an additional 10 Bcf/d of gas demand could be added to the gas market before the end of 2002 from power demand alone, according to a report by Raymond James & Associates.

January 15, 2001

Despite Fuel Costs, Gas-Fired Generation Keeps Growing

The amount of new gas-fired power generation planned for thenext two years reveals the rather alarming possibility that anadditional 10 Bcf/d of gas demand could be added to the gas marketbefore the end of 2002 from power demand alone, according to areport by Raymond James & Associates.

January 9, 2001

Salomon Smith Barney Warns of Late-Winter Shortages

The natural gas storage deficit compared to last year continuesto grow at an alarming rate, prompting Salomon Smith Barney (SSB)to warn yesterday of potential gas shortages by the end of thewinter heating season.

December 21, 2000

Maritimes, Algonquin Plan to Expand New England Pipes

With energy prices rising at an alarming rate, there’s no bettertime than the present to launch expansion projects for gas pipelineinfrastructure. Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline and AlgonquinGas Transmission did just that last week, filing applications withthe Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build related pipelineextensions designed to bring Sable Island gas to the greater Bostonarea, including a couple new power plants.

October 16, 2000

Transmission Struggles to Keep Pace with Generation

With power projects cropping up faster than spring dandelions,an alarming disconnect has occurred between generation andtransmission in several regions of the U.S., according to PaulParshley, director of North American Electric Power for CambridgeEnergy Research Associates.

March 20, 2000