Switch from Coal to Gas Poses Some Risks for Utilities, Says Study

ClimateWire: The unprecedented boom in natural gas production from places like Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio should make those densely populated regions self-sufficient in gas production by 2020, which in turn could encourage more electric utility fuel switching, according to two top energy sector analysts with Navigant Research. But utilities will still face a difficult set of questions when charting the future of power generation, including whether to invest billions of dollars in environmental controls......

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