Natural gas flows through 15 interstate pipelines from Louisiana to markets in the Southeast, Midcontinent, Ohio Valley and Northeast. Texas and Louisiana – including the outer continental shelf – are the first- and second-largest producers of natural gas in the U.S. Even the mere threat of hurricane activity in the Gulf of Mexico can rattle natural gas prices nationwide.
The Southeast/Gulf Observer™ offers the most comprehensive, forward-looking view of this critically important region. The publication keeps you current on all market factors and developments, including natural gas flow trends, pipeline maintenance activities, current and projected prices, demand, production and the regional supply/demand balance. TheSoutheast/Gulf Observer covers infrastructure projects in the region, including new pipelines, pipeline expansions, storage facilities, LNG terminals and other facilities. The report also includes the market impact of these infrastructure projects when they come online.
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