The Energy Information Administration has identified three “bottleneck” areas where new natural gas pipeline capacity is urgently needed. These include the Marcellus producing region of northeastern Pennsylvania the consuming regions in New York City and New England.More at Energy Information Administration.
Rhode Island Gas
Natural gas in the Northeast trades at premium prices compared to the rest of the United States due to pipeline constraints during periods of high demand in the winter. Liquefied natural gas has met over 25% of New England’s average daily natural gas demand since November 2010.More at Energy Information Administration.