July 2011, Vol. 238 No. 7

In The News

New Pipeline Tariff Structures Drive Shifts In Natural Gas Flows And Basis

Major increases in U.S. shale gas production and the large number of new pipelines built over the last few years have led to lower U.S. natural gas prices, collapsing price spreads and major changes in pipeline capacity utilization on older, long-haul natural gas pipelines. Some of these traditional pipeline systems are struggling to keep pace with these market changes and a few have proposed major rate increases and tariff rate restructurings in an effort to stem revenue declines. Running on Empty, a new Market Alert from BENTEK Energy, examines some of the fundamental market changes that are developing as a result of rate cases filed by Tennessee Gas and Columbia Gulf in the

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