May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5

Features

Natural Gas Utilities Securing the Future

By Timothy Alan Simon, former Commissioner, California Public Utility Commission Natural gas utilities in the U.S. are in the midst of perhaps the most exciting and challenging time in their long history. Although natural gas prices are low and seemingly stable, geographic sources of natural gas have changed and electric utilities are using significantly more gas for power production than just a short time ago. That puts increasing pressure on an often-aging pipeline infrastructure that is under increased scrutiny by regulators in terms of public safety. Environmental questions have been raised about the technology used in achieving this new supply abundance. In addition, consumers are mor

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