Solving New England's Natural Gas Deliverability Problem Using LNG Storage and Market Incentives
For 50 days a year, New England has a gas problem - not enough natural gas is available to meet demand. How to solve that recurring problem has been a source of political, economic and environmental debate.
This white paper defines the issue, looks at the root cause, and compares cost and analysis for alternative solutions, use cases, and explores the regulatory road map to implement solutions.
The paper includes more than 20 charts and graphs illustrating Skipping Stone's proposed innovative answer to New England's delivery problem.
Author: Greg Lander and Peter Weigand
Sponsor: Conservation Law Foundation (CLF)
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