June 2011

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Natural gas demandAccording to the US Energy Infor-mation Administration, the total of more than 22.1 trillion cubic feet of natural gas demand in 2010 was the highest-ever level in the US, exceeding ..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Natural gas demand According to the US Energy Infor-mation Administration, the total of more than 22.1 trillion cubic feet of natural gas demand in 2010 was the highest-ever level in the US, exceeding the previous high point established in 2000 by more than 10%. With 2010 setting new records for natural gas demand, Gas Technology Institute (GTI)—an independent, not-for-profit R&D organization serving the natural gas industry—sees the coming decade as a period of continued robust growth. “The economic and clean-energy benefits of natural gas are helping to drive market demand,” said David Carroll, president and CEO of GTI. “The outlook for natural gas demand remain

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