US gas

U.S. gas utility spending could lead to “unsustainable rate increases” for customers

A new report finds that U.S. gas utilities could spend up to $1.4 trillion on gas infrastructure through 2050. It warns that regulators need to manage the transition away from gas to avoid the continued build-up of stranded asset risk.

hydrogen blending

Are hydrogen blending and RNG climate solutions?

Across the U.S., gas utilities face a rocky future as states shift towards building electrification. In response, they are promoting technologies — hydrogen blending and renewable natural gas — that critics say are expensive and unworkable.

new york gas

Growth of New York gas utilities puts customers at risk

New York gas utilities continue to spend billions of dollars on gas infrastructure. Unless the legislature and regulators step in and manage the energy transition more actively, utility bills will soar and the state will blow past climate targets, a new report warns.