Beyond MVP: what if no more new pipes are built in the Northeast?
The North American gas market is blessed with abundant low-cost gas resources and historically a favorable regulatory environment to build pipeline infrastructure to bring supply to major demand centers. The US Northeast added more than 22 bcfd of new pipeline capacity between 2017 and 2022 but building more pipes in the region has become increasingly difficult. What would happen to the North American gas market if we could no longer accommodate supply growth from the largest gas producing region in North America with new pipeline projects? In this scenario analysis, find out more on: • How does the Northeast production outlook change and how will it impact other supply basins? • What happens to flows out of the Northeast? • How will Henry Hub and regional basis change? Will this have a global impact on export economics? • Who are the winners and losers in the market?