June 1999

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Primary gas demand to grow 2%/yr in U.S.

The Gas Research Institute (Chicago, Illinois) has developed a strategic outlook for U.S. energy supply and demand to 2015. Key highlights from the report follow. Primary gas demand is projected to..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The Gas Research Institute (Chicago, Illinois) has developed a strategic outlook for U.S. energy supply and demand to 2015. Key highlights from the report follow. Primary gas demand is projected to grow from 22.4 quads (21.8 Tcf) in 1997 to 32.1 quads (31.2 Tcf) by 2015. Total delivered gas demand (including gas synthetics and coal gas) grows from 22.6 quads (21.9 Tcf) in 1997 to 32.2 quads (31.3 Tcf) by 2015. Primary gas consumption is projected to grow 2%/yr, a rate about two-thirds faster than the rate in total primary energy consumption. As a result, gas is projected to capture a rising share of total primary energy consumption, increasing from 24% in 1997 to 28% by 201

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