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Listen: US gas producers ask: Will a change of direction do them good?

The Northeast US, traditionally a large consumer of natural gas, is now also a major supplier thanks to the prolific Marcellus and Utica shale plays. T.L. Hamilton, associate editor for gas, discusses how three pipeline projects intended to move gas toward the Southeast could herald a growing focus on market optionality as producers in the Northeast search for new markets.


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