December 2019, Vol. 246, No. 12


Electrification: Sorting Out Where Natural Gas Supply Fits In

BY Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor  Electrification should not be confused with electrocution, although many players in the natural gas industry may be inclined to say the two might yield similar results for their chosen sector.   An electric turbine generator at a power plant. It’s a word that is gaining attention these days from the corporate and regulatory boardrooms to the oilfields where hydraulic fracturing and other innovations have vaulted the United States into the global lead for both oil and natural gas production. White papers and webinars on the subject have been popping up all over.    In late October, the Oregon-base

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