For investors with a bullish view on the future price of natural gas, today's low natural gas prices may present an opportunity to purchase a natural gas-fueled generation facility at an attractive price, writes Robert B. Little. At the same time, increasingly strict environmental regulations are in some cases requiring modifications to coal-fueled generation plants, triggering additional expenditures. Natural gas-fueled power plants, on the other hand, are cleaner, and the regulatory burden on them has not been as heavy.
Special Report: Energy Law
Ins and Outs of Purchasing Natural Gas-Fueled Power Plants
July 16, 2012
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