ISO New England Releases Comprehensive Report on Region’s Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure

The study assessed the delivery capability of New England’s interstate gas pipelines that currently transport fuel for 23% of the power plants across New England. Within the next five years, gas-fired generation could account for more than 40% of the region’s generation.

LEXINGTON, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 5, 2001–

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