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Changes in North American Gas Flow

Yesterday’s World Gas Intelligence reports in detail on the effect new supply sources will have on gas flow in North America over the next several years. Historically gas in North America has moved from south to north, but new supply from Canada and Alas
March 22, 2006

Yesterday’s World Gas Intelligence reports in detail on the effect new supply sources will have on gas flow in North America over the next several years. Historically gas in North America has moved from south to north, but new supply from Canada and Alaska is beginning to feed demand on the U.S. East Coast and elsewhere, in some cases allowing Gulf of Mexico supply move into the U.S. Southeast. These movements may offset the demand for marine LNG imports in certain markets. [Subscription required]

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