Video: US natural gas infrastructure inflection point
More and more natural gas pipeline projects in North American are being shelved and the future for big projects seems less promising. Developers are facing increased review and approval scrutiny, as well as greater pushback from opposition groups.
What should you expect and how will it impact your business?
Our natural gas experts discuss the impact of these changing market conditions in this recent video.
For more information on this topic, download our executive summary, "US natural gas infrastructure inflection point: Legal and regulatory scrutiny weighs on pipeline development."
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Matthew Piatek is a director in the Gas, Power, and
Energy Futures team at IHS Markit.
Nikolay Filchev is a principal research analyst in the Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team at IHS Markit.
Warren Waite is a director in the Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team at IHS Markit.
Posted on 17 August 2020.
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