Gas quality, interchangeability issues await policy

Eighteen months of natural gas industry discussions culminate with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s technical conference on gas interchangeability on May 17. The next step will be to develop policies that address gas quality concerns without limiting potential supply sources, industry representatives agree.Interchangeability questions emerged with recognition of the increasing US need for LNG. If they’re resolved while FERC is processing terminal applications, said Jane Lewis, vice-president of regulatory affairs at the American Gas Association, “the system can be in place to add supplies in the near term.”FERC initially raised the interchangeability i...

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