Analysis of Regional Pipeline System's Ability to Deliver Sufficient Quantities of Natural Gas During Prolonged and Extreme Cold Weather

Skipping Stone further investigates New England's natural gas congestion problems in this analysis of the regional pipeline system's ability to deliver sufficient quantities of natural gas during prolonged and extreme cold weather (winter 2017-2018) and the news is very good.

Is New England Solving Its Natural Gas Problem?

In 2016, Skipping Stone previously analyze the justification for a new PennEast pipeline as required to provide year-round service, or en to ostensibly meet peak winder demand, and found no evidence that it was required. Skipping Stone has updated that analysis with the data from the most recent winter to date and presents its results.

As the all-in-one capacity release and operational notice information source that is synced with the Interstate pipeline system, Skipping Stone's Capacity Center is uniquely positioned to perform studies of this nature.

Author: Greg Lander

Sponsor: The New Jersey Conservation Foundation

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