Strong demand from the industrial sector and the “ripple effect” of Europe’s energy crisis will be among the key factors putting upward pressure on natural gas prices this summer, according to projections from the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA). In its 2022 Summer Outlook, published Wednesday, the trade group predicted downward pressure from weather and…
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A growing industrial sector and record-high export activity are expected to be key drivers of increased U.S. natural gas demand this winter, according to a leading trade group. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports are expected to grow by 16% over last winter, while pipeline exports to Mexico are expected to get an 18% boost, the…
The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA), which counts among its members some of the world’s largest gas producers and marketers, said Tuesday it supports carbon pricing “as a critical pathway to aggressively reducing carbon emissions.”
Demand for natural gas will reach an all-time high this winter, and is likely to be matched by record domestic production, according to the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA).
An analysis of weather forecasts, the economy, consumer demand, and production and storage of natural gas points to neutral price pressure this summer, according to the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA).
New York’s zero emissions credit (ZEC) program discriminates against gas-fired generators and would undermine competitive markets and raise rates if implemented, according to the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) and American Petroleum Institute (API).
A colder winter this year than last is likely to create record-high demand for natural gas, but that won’t be enough to push gas prices higher, according to the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA).
Two trade associations have filed a joint amicus brief in a federal appeals court in Chicago, arguing that the Illinois Zero Emissions Credit (ZEC) program unlawfully discriminates against natural gas and undermines competitive wholesale power markets.
More than two dozen associations, including some representing the natural gas industry, are pressing the Senate to confirm President Trump’s nominations to FERC, nominally a five-member commission, currently in limbo with only one commissioner.
The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) has stepped up in support of two pipeline projects in New York State, pushing back against environmentalist objections to one and arguing for approval of a delayed state air permit for another.