Natural gas production in the Permian Basin has outpaced pipeline takeaway capacity, but with the rollout of new projects, this trend is expected to change next year. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Multiple proposed pipelines are expected to come online in the next four years that could help alleviate Permian gas constraints. The Permian Basin has around 14 Bcf/d of proposed pipeline capacity scheduled to commence service between now and 2022. Related story: Falling Permian well performance could pose risk to longer-term growth: Schlumberger Related story: New gas-fired generation to boost Appalachia gas demand Gas Storage Outlook Conference | January 10-11, 2019 | Houston, Texas Stay on top of the changing dynamics of the gas storage industry: natural gas trends, Mexico‚Äôs gas storage outlook, FERC/PHMSA rulemakings and regulations, Aliso Canyon status updates, and much more. Learn More News of these […]