EIA sees spurt in U.S. gas line construction

01/11/1999
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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