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economics of the natural gas controversy

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee.

economics of the natural gas controversy

a staff study prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Energy of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, September 19, 1977.

by United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Natural gas -- United States -- Rates

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9581.U5 U517 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 90 p. ;
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4693032M
      LC Control Number77604796

      The modeling team and case study authors are now working together to develop various applications of the model that will highlight the interaction of economic and political forces; these will be used to "shock" the base case economic model: Politics and Economics: the s. There have even been successful horizontal wells drilled to connect multiple reservoirs. Savage says the bill attempts to tackle wider policy issues such as climate change and global emissions, that are too big to pin on a regulatory review process for pipelines. First, the study team will prepare an edited book volume that will integrate the results and present, in one place, all the major findings. To repeat, there is no need to wait for more research to begin putting a price-based policy in place.

      There's only a big new bill, thanks to an overheated market. In contrast, industry supporters see hydraulic fracturing as a safe technology that drillers have been using for decades without controversy and that now promises a new era of energy abundance. In crowded areas, the numbers of parties involved and property rights that may be poorly defined or hard to enforce make completely voluntary resolution of externalities difficult. Any serious vision of a sustainable energy economy thus requires commitments to both renewables and efficiency. By contrast, a horizontal well can be turned to run along the formation at depth.

      In that case, either the company offers the farmer a fair royalty on the gas, plus enough to compensate for spills, ground water pollution, and so on, or it does not get to drill. A vertical well can only access oil and natural gas reserves directly below, so making a large field productive often requires the drilling of many vertical wells at various points along the formation. For some of these measures, it is important to distinguish between the characteristic of a facility, such as its capacity, and the characteristic of the natural gas within the facility such as the actual inventory level. In contrast, industry supporters see hydraulic fracturing as a safe technology that drillers have been using for decades without controversy and that now promises a new era of energy abundance. Map, Canadian Energy Pipeline Association The Trans Mountain pipeline was at top of mind as it awaited government approval for the proposal to expand its volume capacity—it has now been re-approved.


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You can help correct errors and omissions. These changes occur, for example, when a storage operator reclassifies one category of natural gas to the other, often as a result of new wells, equipment, or operating practices such a change generally requires approval by the appropriate regulatory authority.

Measures of base gas, working gas, and working gas capacity also can also change from time to time. It showed that there are disputes within Indigenous communities as well. As the technology has improved, more and more wells end up being directionally drilled rather than solely vertical.

The rates of injection and withdrawal change as the level of natural gas varies within the facility. Depleted oil and natural gas reservoirs are the most commonly used underground storage sites because of their wide availability.

This data is then used to model the reservoir and determine the kick off point. These are used to determine the share of natural gas used in each end-use sector.

In some cases they turn out to be similar to those raised by global effects, but in other ways, they are different. History of "Open Access" to Storage Capacity Prior tointerstate pipeline companies, which are subject to the jurisdiction of FERC, owned all of the natural gas flowing through their systems, including gas held in storage, and these companies had exclusive control over the capacity and utilization of their storage facilities.

If best practices are properly codified, courts can consider departures from them as evidence of negligence. The study examines the factors that explain why these projects were built and why alternative viable projects stalled.

TransCanada Corp. Hydrogen can be produced when there is a surplus of intermittent renewable electricity, then stored and used to generate heat or to re-generate electricity.

Key factors such the impact of political risk on the pace of project development and the intervention of international financial institutions will be allowed to influence new project development.

Studies have shown that salmon farming has major negative impacts on wild salmon, as well as the forage fish that need to be caught to feed them. Moreover, vertical wells have traditionally depended on the pressure on the deposit to facilitate extraction, something that is not possible in tight oil and other unconventional oil formations.

We will present results from the study and focus a dialogue on the long-term implications of a gas-intensive world. Global externalities In economic jargon, negative externalities are effects of production or consumption that have an impact on third parties who have no voice on either the supply or the demand side of a market.

It is important to begin setting the framework for such a policy in place now, on the basis of what we already know, even if pricing and scoring are initially imprecise. Instead, she suggests implementing an independent regulator free from too much political interference.

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