Electricity and gas provider National Grid is mulling construction of liquefaction facilities in New England to help meet supply requirements on peak demand days.

National Grid sources the bulk of its natural gas supplies for its New England-based customers from the two major pipelines serving the area – Tennessee and Algonquin. “Both of those pipelines are at or near capacity,” said Director of Gas Contracting and Compliance John Allocca at the Advanced Energy Conference in New York on Tuesday. Keep reading →