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Jan. US natural gas production lowest in nearly 3 years

“The only Texas bright spot has been West Texas Permian production.” – Jack Weixel Lower-48 US natural gas production averaged 70.2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) during Jan. 2017, marking the lowest monthly production level recorded  since June 2014, according to analysis from IHS Markit. Jan. production represented the second consecutive monthly decline for US […]

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Natural gas, wind, lowest-cost generation technologies for much of U.S.

Nuclear generation found to be lowest-cost option in 400 out of 3,110 counties nationwide AUSTIN, Texas — Natural gas and wind are the lowest-cost technology options for new electricity generation across much of the US when cost, public health impacts and environmental effects are considered, according to new research released by The University of Texas

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