Firm transportation deals now account for most gas pipeline movements

September 1993
Pipeline & Gas Journal;Sep93, Vol. 220 Issue 9, p1
Trade Publication
Reveals that firm transportation made up 45 percent of the natural gas delivered to market by interstate pipelines in 1992. Report of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America; Percentage of pipeline sales; Definition of contract carriage; Apparent reliance of pipeline customers on firm open-access transportation.


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