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LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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Updated: December 10, 2018
Penn State J Craig Williams
North America has seen oil and natural gas production soar as advances in science and technology and new geological assessments occur. Strong pipeline activity has been occurring, but how much more is needed to keep up with the supply and demand? The Interstate Natural Gas Association of American (INGAA) Foundation retained ICF to help forecast the amount of midstream infrastructure development needed in the near future. The study considered infrastructure investments for surface and lease equipment; gathering and processing facilities; oil, gas, and NGL pipelines; oil and gas storage facilities; refineries and oil products pipelines; and export terminals.
Key findings of the study were:
“While we now are in the midst of a remarkable expansion of the pipeline network, this report confirms that there will remain a need for new pipeline infrastructure. Continued production growth, combined with growing consumption – particularly for natural gas – will drive the need for expanded pipeline capacity to supply energy consumers in both domestic and export markets," said INGAA Foundation President Don Santa.
The complete report, North American Midstream Infrastructure through 2035: Significant Development Continues, can be found on the INGAA website.
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