Lack of new interstate gas pipelines will lead to higher natural gas costs

Midship Natural Gas Pipeline Project, Oklahoma, USA


A federal government study says if no interstate natural gas pipelines are built between 2024 and 2050, the U.S. can expect to see less natural gas production and consumption and 11% higher natural gas costs.

The projection is made by the U.S. Energy Information Administration in its annual Energy Outlook 2022 entitled Issues in Focus: Exploration of the No Interstate Natural Gas Pipeline Builds.

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