If a variety of industry experts are correct, the western United States is on the brink of an upsurge in natural gas demand outstripping supply and resulting in a need for a new wave of infrastructure being built from the Rockies westward.
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Interstate Natural Gas Association of America will “withhold judgment” on proposals from New England’s independent system operator, according to Don Santa.
The proposal is “the least costly option” to replace generating capacity lost when a coal-fired plant in Kentucky closes.
Despite the city’s and court’s concerns, the utility maintains there is no safety risk.
Secondary locations are still in the running after a site in the state’s Nikiski area on the Kenai Peninsula.
Transco filed the application in January to provide an additional 647,000 Dth/d of natural gas to New York City and the Rockaways portion of Queens.
Omaha, NB-based independent energy provider Tenaska said Thursday it is launching a marketing/development company, Tenaska NG Fuels LLC (TNG Fuels), to provide natural gas for the transportation and industrial sectors, both compressed natural (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) has filed an application at FERC to build and operate its Leidy Southeast expansion, which would supply an additional 525,000 Dth/d of capacity from its Leidy line in Pennsylvania as far south as Choctaw County, AL.