January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Features

Natural Gas Industry Bullish Over Electric Power Generation

Heightened activity has supplanted cautious optimism among those in the U.S. natural gas industry. According to the third annual Strategic Directions: U.S. Natural Gas Industry report from Black & Veatch, that changing sentiment is underscored by its survey respondents, nearly 90% of whom expect electric power generation to dramatically increase gas consumption by 2020. “What a difference a year makes,” said John Chevrette, president of Black & Veatch’s management consulting business. “The strong demand for U.S. natural gas resources can help foster a new era of energy independence. Yet, it also requires industry and regulators to work together

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