October 2011, Vol. 238 No. 10

Features

Western Gas Storage--Change Agent Or Soon-To-Change?

If the North American shale gas boom is a decades-long game-changer as many pundits predict, natural gas pipelines need to stay tuned and the same can be said for the storage operations that have grown up along many of those pipelines. In the West the situation seems ripe for redefinition and reconfiguration of the storage landscape. A number of the usual suspects in the gas industry out West will confess this is not the time for clear pronouncements about the direction of natural gas storage. Economic, political and supply-demand metrics are pointing in different directions. It is possible to find some serious plans for expanding and/or streamlining existing storage facilities,

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