This presentation explores the key drivers impacting North American gas markets.


April 2018 | New pipelines will allow Appalachian gas to supply new markets, fundamentally altering North American gas flows. Associated gas from the Permian will add low cost gas to the supply mix but requires additional pipeline investment. International factors like LNG and exports to Mexico will increasingly affect the US market. Weak global LNG prices and high cash costs will keep utilization at US LNG plants low for the next few years. Meanwhile, coal retirements and falling renewable costs are changing the role of gas in the power mix.


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