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The future of gas storage: where to extract value in the changing North American energy landscape

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10 January 2019

The future of gas storage: where to extract value in the changing North American energy landscape

Report summary

While the power market is only one component that could influence the gas market, it is the most dynamic, with the highest downside risk to the long-term growth. The sheer size of the North American markets offer a glimpse of the role of natural gas storage under various market characteristics. With the changing power generation mix, especially the retirement of coal and the abundance of renewable new-build, gas demand will grow in some regions and shrink in others. What do these changes in gas demand mean for gas storage assets?

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • The changing energy landscape in North America
  • Natural gas: a casualty, a survivor, or both?
  • A tale of two markets during energy transition
  • The thriving story from energy transition – MISO
  • The cautionary tale for gas - CAISO
  • Summary

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • US & Canada historical generation share
  • Change in power generation stack
  • Natural gas demand in the power sector
  • Dynamics of regional gas markets
  • MISO Elasticity Curve
  • MISO Daily Gas Burns
  • Chicago winter-summer price spreads and MISO winter storage withdrawals
  • CAISO Elasticity Curve
  • CAISO Daily Gas Burn
  • Socal winter-summer price spreads and Socal winter storage withdrawals

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