May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5

In The News

NGC: Natural Gas Met Challenge Of Winter

The natural gas industry performed reliably in the face of colder than normal temperatures and numerous record-setting demand days this winter, the industry’s Natural Gas Council (NGC) said. Freezing temperatures frequently covered large portions of the U.S. at once, placing exponentially greater pressure on peak-day demand for natural gas, with little recovery time between cold spells. As the natural gas traveled along the supply and delivery chain, each segment of the industry played a key role in helping to ensure that customer demand was met. “The shale technology revolution has made record amounts of natural gas available to the domestic market. For the first

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