October 2019, Vol. 246, No. 10

Northeast Energy

Northeast Energy Outlook, 2020: It Takes More than Good Vision

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor The topography in America’s northeast region can be tricky. It is craggy, unpredictable and a bit cranky, as befits the cradle of the United States democratic experiment.  The Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP), shown during construction, will undergo looping and horsepower upgrades to boost capacity. Four hundred years after Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, it is a place of continuing wonder, where value lies both below and above the region’s rocky soils whose colonies grew to become mega-metropolitan areas and important energy markets. Abundant natural gas supplies that have defined the Marcellus and U

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