EOA SEES U.S. GAS GRID MEETING DEMAND IN 2000

Interstate natural gas pipelines should be able to meet record U.S. natural gas demand by 2000, Energy Information Administration predicts in a new study. EIA noted the pipeline grid has delivered about 18 tcf/year to end users since 1988 but said, "Environmental concerns and the likelihood of even greater dependence on foreign sources of oil have focused attention on the potential of natural gas to meet a greater portion of the nation's energy requirements."

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