November 2015, Vol. 242, No. 11

Features

With a Chill in the Air, Thoughts in New England Turn to Heating Bills

As winter approaches, the hot topic of conversation in the Northeast once again becomes the looming frigid temperatures and accompanying burdensome cost of heating homes and offices along with powering manufacturing plants. With this in mind, the Access Northeast project developers plan to upgrade existing pipeline facilities and market area storage assets in New England to deliver – on peak days – up to 1 Bcf/d of natural gas for electric-generation markets. The expansion, with potential savings of $1 billion annually to electricity customers in New England, isn’t expected to come online until the end of 2018. However, with wholesale electric prices in New England increa

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