March 2022, Vol. 249, No. 3

Features

Underground Storage Faces a Clouded Future

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor In early November, the consulting firm FTI Consulting Inc. conducted a workshop on underground natural gas storage as part of its contract with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). It could mark a turning point in the long-term future of limitations placed on underground gas storage in the nation’s most populous state, if not the nation as a whole. For the near-term, FTI provided a harbinger for what could be the closure of the state’s largest underground storage field, Aliso Canyon in Southern California, on the far northern edge of the sprawling San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles.   The workshop is part of a m

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