The proposed Alaska gas pipeline is unlikely to have a direct impact on natural gas prices in...
The proposed Alaska gas pipeline is unlikely to have a direct impact on natural gas prices in the lower 48 U.S. states which are driven mainly by expectations about shale gas supplies in places like Texas, the Gulf Coast states and Pennsylvania. Increasing supplies of liquefied nat gas on the global market could in theory put downward pressure on LNG shipped from other ports.
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