What if pipelines can't be built anymore in the Northeast?

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More than 4.5 bcfd of new Northeast pipeline capacity is assumed in our base case. Along with the cancellation of PennEast pipeline this October, these projects are increasingly facing headwinds to complete. To better analyse the impact of Northeast infrastructure build-out on regional market dynamics, we conducted a scenario for 2021-2030 by removing all proposed Northeast projects and generic pipeline assumptions after 2021. What happens to regional market dynamics if new pipeline projects in the Northeast do not reach the finish line? In this insight, we examine our scenario analysis to see the impacts that removal of new Northeast projects have on gas prices, pipeline flows, and supply-demand balances across regions.

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