November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

Features

Natural Gas Storage Offers Big Opportunities And Big Complexities

Although natural gas has not received the favorable attention given to renewable energy sources in federal energy policy, it continues to prove itself as a clean and reliable domestic energy source. The positive outlook for domestic natural gas production demonstrates this. The U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) says domestic natural gas production in 2009 was the highest since 1973, and proved reserves of natural gas have grown significantly in the last several years. The underground storage of natural gas has historically been critical in meeting customer demand. Increased domestic natural gas production and government policies that allow market forces to play a larger role

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