February 2015, Vol. 242, No. 2


Creative Responses To Provide Natural Gas

With the continuing expansion of natural gas development in shale plays across the nation, pipeline infrastructure continues to be built out, with product making the trek from source points to downstream consumers. However, not every end-user has access to affordable natural gas yet. While the availability of natural gas from unconventional extraction has decreased utility prices at the wholesale level, end-user businesses have not necessarily seen the same drop in prices. For example, natural gas trades on the New York Mercantile Exchange for about $3.25-3.50 per Mcf. But in the middle of January 2014, as winter continued its icy march across the country, peak hourly prices in

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