Pipelines seek new production aggregation methods

Natural gas pipelines are moving aggressively to expand transmission and storage capacity, but new approaches to aggregate production for capacity commitments will be necessary if more significant additions are to be made, Kinder Morgan Inc.’s top gas pipeline official told a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission conference in Washington, DC.“Large infrastructure projects are needed not just to address the growing needs of the market but to meet a fundamental shift of supply growth within the United States,” Scott Parker, KMI’s president of natural gas pipelines, said in comments submitted to FERC’s State of the Natural Gas Infrastructure Conference on Oct. 12...

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