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ISONE Chief: NatGas Producing 49% of Region’s Power, Pipelines Needed

ISONE Chief: NatGas Producing 49% of Region’s Power, Pipelines Needed

President Obama didn’t say “natural gas” once during his January State of the Union speech, but ISO New England (ISONE) President Gordon Van Welie couldn’t stop talking about the fuel during a Tuesday briefing with reporters.

January 27, 2016
England’s Selenium-Rich Bowland Shale Poses Challenges, Opportunity

England’s Selenium-Rich Bowland Shale Poses Challenges, Opportunity

Researchers in Scotland say that besides an abundance of natural gas, the Bowland Shale in the north of England is also rich in the potentially toxic element selenium, which could make gas extraction risky but also has value in itself.

December 29, 2015

Massachusetts AG Says New NatGas Pipeline Capacity Unnecessary

New England does not need new natural gas pipeline capacity and can meet its energy needs for the next 15 years with increased energy efficiency and demand response, Massachusetts Attorney General (AG) Maura Healey said, citing a study prepared for her office and released Wednesday.

November 18, 2015

Northeast Energy Direct Would Have Been A Polar Vortex Pal to Cold New Englanders, Study Reports

New Englanders would have paid about $3.7 billion less for wholesale electricity during the 2013-2014 “polar vortex” winter if the proposed Northeast Energy Direct (NED) project of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) had been in service, an analysis by ICF International and commissioned by TGP found.

September 9, 2015
Lack of Energy Infrastructure Could Cost New England Billions, Study Finds

Lack of Energy Infrastructure Could Cost New England Billions, Study Finds

A new study released by a regional coalition of business and labor groups warns that New England faces billions of dollars in economic consequences if more electricity and natural gas infrastructure is not built over the next five years.

August 31, 2015

Report: Subsidized NatGas Pipeline in New England Unnecessary, Expensive

Competition is fierce to serve the undersupplied New England market and a new report, commissioned by LNG supplier GDF Suez North America, called a proposal to fund additional gas pipeline capacity in New England through an electricity ratepayer system “an expensive and dangerous proposition.”

August 18, 2015
TGP Advises New England States to Stand Together – Or Apart – For Pipeline Capacity

TGP Advises New England States to Stand Together – Or Apart – For Pipeline Capacity

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC, which recently advised New Hampshire to go it alone to secure natural gas pipeline capacity, is giving similar advice…

June 16, 2015
TGP Advises New England States to Stand Together – Or Apart – For Pipeline Capacity

TGP Advises New England States to Stand Together – Or Apart – For Pipeline Capacity

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP), which recently advised New Hampshire to go it alone to secure natural gas pipeline capacity, is giving similar advice to Massachusetts.

June 16, 2015

Eastern Strength Can’t Offset Broader Declines; NatGas Futures Drift Higher

Physical natural gas for delivery Tuesday eased as moderate strength at northeast points on Monday failed to offset broader declines in the Gulf, Rockies, and California. Overall the market shed 2 cents to $2.33.

June 1, 2015

Eastern Strength Can’t Offset Broader Declines; NatGas Futures Drift Higher

Physical natural gas for delivery Tuesday eased as moderate strength at northeast points on Monday failed to offset broader declines in the Gulf, Rockies, and California. Overall the market shed 2 cents to $2.33.

June 1, 2015