Delivering Gas Off-Grid in North America

July 2017, Vol. 244, No. 7

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor

Virtual pipelines are scheduled shipments of natural gas between two points – from A to B – by road, rail or sea without a fixed pipeline. Virtual pipeline operations are usually to be found in remote areas where the terrain makes it too costly or too difficult to construct permanent pipelines. They are also located in regions where the market is too small to justify the capital costs of a pipeline, or as a means to deliver gas to off-grid, large-scale gas customers. Virtual pipeline operators deliver gas in two main formats: (liquefied natural gas…

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