U.S. lower 48 natgas output down for second straight month: EIA

1 Apr 2017   Shale Gas, USA

U.S. natural gas output in the lower 48 states declined for a second month in a row to 78.3 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) in January, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Friday in its monthly 914 production report. That compared with 78.7 bcfd in December. Production peaked at 82.6 bcfd in February 2016. Output declined in two of the three biggest producing states in the lower 48, Texas and Oklahoma, but held at a record high in Pennsylvania. In Texas, the country’s largest gas-producing state, output declined for a ninth month in a row, down 0.2 percent to 20.6 bcfd in January from December. That was the state’s lowest level of monthly output since February 2011. Production in Oklahoma declined for a fifth month in a row, down 0.8 percent to 6.4 bcfd in January, its lowest monthly output since June 2014. In Pennsylvania, output […]

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