January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Features

LDCs Can Profit From Natural Gas Role In North American Energy Mix, Economy

Local distribution companies are the most essential ingredient if natural gas is to become the predominant energy fuel in North America. Although strong inroads have already been taken, a number of challenges remain before the LDCs can take their rightful place in the natural gas value chain. They need to continue to improve the safety of their aging delivery systems and are doing so through prudent integrity management practices. But they also must remain sensitive to the environment, particularly in minimizing lowering fugitive gas emissions from their systems. In the United States, LDCs account for approximately 2 million miles of pipelines, a number that is continuing to go

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