May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5


Top Natural Gas Traders See Massive Spike In 13 Volume

For the fourth year in a row, analysts at Capacity Center reported the total volume of natural gas pipeline capacity traded by the top 20 companies increased over the previous year – this time by a “remarkable” 106%, topping 15.8 Bcf/d. Although the total number of entities participating in purchasing released capacity fell slightly to from 2012 to 481, the nearly 27 Bcf/d traded on a daily equivalent basis through September 2013 represented nearly a 10% increase over the same period in 2012. Not surprisingly, for a fifth consecutive year, the West Peabody, MA consultancy firm reported that Omaha, NB-based Tenaska repeated as the number one capacity trading c

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