Is It Time to Rethink Gas Storage and Pipelines?
By Frank Katulak
The following post was co-authored by Russo on Energy Partner, Tom Russo.
LNG Peak Shaving Plants costing between $12 million and $200 million are a proven alternative to gas pipelines and large underground storage facilities. They can also ensure deliverability to gas-fired power plants for short periods during extreme weather conditions when natural gas prices peak or where pipeline capacity is constrained. [node:read-more:link]