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Out Of Sight Shouldn’t Be Out Of Mind: A Cautionary Tale About Checking Your Gas Pipes

It’s easy to take things we don’t see for granted – like the gas pipes in our home. I’m sure like many other homeowners, I never thought much about what was going on behind my walls. 429 more words

Safety

Why Manholes Flip Their Lids

You may have seen dramatic TV coverage of manhole covers popping off in the street and hurdling through the air. While rare in our service area, manhole covers sometimes become dislodged. 371 more words

Reliability

FERC certificates several new natural gas pipelines in 2017 - Today in Energy - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Several large natural gas interstate pipeline projects have come online in recent years to support the shifting geography of domestic natural gas production. The Marcellus and Utica shale plays in the Northeast, where production has grown and resources are abundant, are major drivers for pipeline development. 216 more words

Marcellus

Mexico to the rescue of U.S. frackers

Falling natural gas prices would be even lower if not for a growing U.S. export market — both via pipeline to Mexico and through liquefied natural gas shipments around the world.Warm winter weather has been hard on U.S. 60 more words

Mexico Energy

Natural gas pipeline may come to Oklahoma

Cheniere Midstream Holdings is looking to build a 200-mile pipeline that would move 1.4 billion cubic feet of natural gas from Okarche to Bennington.This includes three compressor stations, with one in Bryan County and in Garvin county.”Right now we’re estimating it could be up to a $1 billion project that could potentially bring up to 1,000 jobs during production.” Director of Government and Public Affairs for Cheniere Midstreams said. 8 more words

Pipeline

Fuel Diversity: Guaranteeing Reliable, Affordable Energy

As days grow colder, many New Jersey families are relying on natural gas to keep their homes warm and comfortable.

Increasingly, in many parts of the U.S., we’re also turning to inexpensive, abundant natural gas to generate the electricity that powers our homes and businesses. 527 more words

Natural Gas

U.S. likely to become a major energy exporter in a decade

The amount of energy Americans use and the pollution they emit from using coal, oil, and natural gas are not likely to change radically over the next 30 years, even as the U.S. 831 more words

Climate & Energy