EIA sees spurt in U.S. gas line construction

The U.S. Energy Information Administration said that planned gas pipeline development and expansions could add as much as 16 bcfd of capacity to the U.S. transmission network during 1999-2000, at a total cost of about $9.5 billion. EIA said that, while all of the proposed projects may not be built because of changes in market conditions, total expenditures are expected to far exceed the $5.1 billion invested during the last major period of new pipeline development, in 1992-93. EIA's predictions came in a report, "Natural Gas Pipeline Network: Changing and Growing," and in a forthcoming report, "Natural Gas 1998: Issues and Trends." Rising pipeline outlays ...

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