October 2018, Vol. 245, No. 10


Energy Outlook in Northeast US

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Despite a decline in energy-intensive industries such as steel and chemicals, New England and the Mid-Atlantic States remain the leading market for power in the United States, with electricity sales reaching 570,298,046 million watt hours (MWh) in 2017, according to EIA figures. Figure 1: Northeast states’ natural gas consumption   The shale energy revolution, which precipitated the fall in gas prices from $13 per million Btu in 2008 to less than $3, combined with accompanying take-away pipeline construction brought increasing supplies of shale gas to the northeast region, encouraging a shift to

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