Data are now available that underpin a major natural gas infrastructure study the INGAA Foundation Inc. released in March, the foundation and ICF International, which prepared the study, jointly announced on Aug. 11.
The study found that that the US and Canada will require midstream gas, crude oil, and natural gas liquids midstream infrastructure expenditures averaging nearly $30 billion/year, or $641 billion in real 2102 dollars, from 2014 to 2035 (OGJ Online, Mar. 18, 2014).
“This new service will provide value-added information to subscribers that goes beyond what is found in the foundation’s infrastructure study,” said INGAA Foundation Pres. Donald F. Santa, who also leads its parent, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America.
Subscribers will be able to link with an ICF-developed user-interface portal which allows easy data sorting and manipulation to suit the user’s needs, Santa explained. ICF also will provide data updates based on changing market, economic, and regulatory conditions, and intends to host quarterly online briefings for subscribers, he said.
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