Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.
Pipeline takeaway capacity is the foundation for economic growth generated by hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technology — the shale revolution.
New England’s energy crunch has hit such crisis levels that the Energy Information Administration this week launched a dashboard to track it, further illustrating the dangerous and false narrative put forth by “Keep It In the Ground” activists that the region doesn’t need more pipeline infrastructure.
The shale boom continues to propel Pennsylvania natural gas production at record volumes. Yet insufficient pipeline capacity severely limits consumer access to the state’s affordable and abundant natural gas supplies.