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CEA’s latest report, “Pipelines and their Benefits to New York,” which looked at how families across New York were impacted by infrastructure constraints was recently covered by Marcellus Drilling News.

On average, New York residents pay 44% more for electricity than neighboring states, like Pennsylvania. In January of this year, New Yorkers (and NY utility companies) were briefly forced to pay a record high of $140.25 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) for natural gas, as opposed to what everyone else was paying (an average of $3.08/Mcf)–which is 46 times as much!

Read more – Marcellus Drilling News