If you are fortunate enough to have a natural-gas pipeline in close proximity to your building or plant, there’s good news: Pipelines are expanding, distribution is becoming more efficient than ever, and availability is increasingly widespread. That’s because the way natural gas physically moves around the country is changing. Some pipelines are in the process of reversing flow direction as new sources come online. This leads to, at times, gas selling below the New York ...

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