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Published by World Bank, Private Sector Development Department, Private Participation in Infrastructure Group in Washington, DC .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Natural gas -- Deregulation -- United States.,
  • Gas industry -- Deregulation -- United States.,
  • Natural gas pipelines -- United States.,
  • Natural gas -- Transportation -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAndrej Juris.
SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 1897, Policy research working papers ;, 1897.
ContributionsWorld Bank. Private Participation in Infrastructure Group.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1897
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. :
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL448383M
LC Control Number98162142

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Development of natural gas and pipeline capacity markets in the United States (English) Deregulation of the U.S. natural gas industry has been under way since the late s. Downloadable! Deregulation of the U.S. natural gas industry has been under way since the late s. The industry was deregulated to create competitive markets in natural gas and its pipeline transportation, in the expectation that competition would guide transactions toward a more efficient outcome. The author provides an overview of the deregulation process and its effect on the development. Development of natural gas and pipeline capacity markets in the United States. Main Author: Juris, Andrej: Corporate Author: World Bank Private Participation in Infrastructure Group: Format: eBook: Language: English: Published. Development of natural gas and pipeline capacity markets in the United States (Inglês)Cited by: 5.

Natural gas supply and deliveries. The natural gas market in the United States is the largest in the world, with a supply of trillion cubic feet in Almost 77 percent of this supply was produced domestically in The rest came from storage withdrawals and File Size: 3MB. Development of competitive natural gas markets in the United States (English) Abstract. The United States has the world's largest natural gas market. Fifteen years of deregulation have delivered significant gains to consumers in the form of lower prices and more services. The experience shows that liberalizing wholesale gas prices and the Cited by: 4.   Note: Projects labeled as in service are in service as of November 1. The United States is expected to add between 16 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) and 17 Bcf/d of natural gas pipeline capacity in , most of which was built to provide additional takeaway capacity out of supply basins. Of the active natural gas pipeline projects the. ]) recognize that pipeline capacity contracts give merchants the option to ship natural gas contingent on the natural gas prices at the two ends of the pipeline, and interpret these contracts as real options (Trigeorgis [46]) on the difierence (spread) between the File Size: KB.

  This statistic shows the natural gas activities taking place in July in the United States, based on the capacity of the pipelines under development. Development of natural gas and pipeline capacity markets in the United States. Washington, DC: World Bank, Private Sector Development Dept., Private Participation in Infrastructure Group, [] (OCoLC)   Juris provides an overview of the deregulation process and its effect on the development and functioning of natural gas and gas transportation markets in the United States. He analyzes the trading of pipeline capacity in primary and secondary markets and the regulation of pipeline transportation, identifies mechanisms that pipeline companies Cited by: 5.   The U.S. natural gas pipeline network is a highly integrated network that moves natural gas throughout the continental United States. The pipeline network has about 3 million miles of mainline and other pipelines that link natural gas production areas and storage facilities with consumers.