February 2017, Vol. 244, No. 2

Features

Localized Approach Could Grow Gas-Fired Power's Global Reach

“Think globally, act locally” is a phrase often associated with environmental stewardship. It could also serve as a prescription of sorts for broadening natural gas’ role in generating the world’s electricity. “We have not fully tapped the potential of this abundant resource,” said Dave McCurdy, president and CEO of the American Gas Association (AGA), a trade group comprising natural gas utilities. “There is additional room for wise and efficient growth of natural gas consumption in today’s domestic energy market, including significant potential for demand in residential, commercial, industrial and transportation sectors over the long term.

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