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The Widespread Impact of Low North American Natural Gas Prices

The dramatic drop in North American natural gas prices has set in motion significant, permanent changes across the US energy infrastructure that will emerge over the next decade or so. The early signs of a fundamental shift in North America’s natural gas infrastructure puts credit pressure on the unregulated power generators, interstate natural gas pipelines, coal miners and railroads.

The Impact of Low Natural Gas Prices 
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21 Jun 2012 Industry Outlook High Oil Prices and Depressed Natural Gas Keep Pressure on Integrated Oil Companies
04 Apr 2012 Special Comment Low Natural Gas Prices Herald Long-Term Changes In US Energy Infrastructure
29 Feb 2012 Special Comment Decade-Low Prices Pinch Coal Producers, Offering Mixed Fortunes for Power and Rail
16 Feb 2012 Special Comment Significant Shift in E&P Capex Brings Little Change to Natural Gas Supply
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