As New England prepares for another polar vortex, politically expedient policies that focus more on the wishes of extreme activists and not on the needs of families has continued to prevent more natural gas from being delivered to lower heating bills. Now, not just faced with constrained supplies, utilities across New England are imposing moratoriums on households and businesses that want to use natural gas.
But some in the industry speculate that we’re approaching a major inflection point, as the region’s strained pipeline system shows signs of failing to keep up with demand. Pipeline expansions get more difficult to build politically every year.
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