May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5

Features

How Louisiana Satisfies Growing Southern Gas Market Demand

For more than a half century the state of Louisiana has been one of North America’s largest natural gas producers and home to a pipeline grid that is the crossroads of the industry. Through that grid, Louisiana has been a primary gas supplier to markets across the continent as traders tapped countless gas production fields and pipeline interconnections, and managed their business with a vast complex of natural gas storage facilities that dot the state. Like much of the natural gas industry, however, Louisiana is undergoing material changes that may now turn it into one of North America’s fastest growing demand centers. This reversal of fortune, from big supplier to

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