Letters

09/26/2005
Perfect gas stormThe present US and Canadian energy price escalation can be relieved by maximizing available sources for natural gas and enhancing the efficiency of the delivery infrastructure to market centers. Improved transportation resulting in higher producer netbacks can only encourage development of new sources, both domestically and overseas.Beyond the first wave of LNG imports catering to North American burner specs lie the higher NGL content mixes favored by Asian markets and high ethane content gas in Alaska. These mixes are not interchangeable with gases burned in North America. However, the most effective energy delivery through the transport of these mixes is made in this mo...
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