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Texas, Appalachia, Illinois Lead Ongoing Boom in U.S. Natural Gas-Fired Plant Projects

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SUGAR LAND--November 23, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The U.S. is expected to see 6% growth in natural gas-fired capacity through 2025, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), with many of the planned capacity additions located close to major shale plays in the Appalachia region and Texas, as well as Illinois and Florida. Total U.S. capacity is expected to reach about 516.4 gigawatts (GW) over the next four years, up from 489.1 GW in August 2021, according to the EIA. Industrial Info is tracking $27.7 billion in active natural gas-fired power-generation projects in the Appalachian states, Texas, Illinois and Florida, about $7.9 billion of which already is under construction.

Within this article: Details on some of the highest-valued natural gas-fired generation projects in these areas, including those from companies such as Apex Power LLC, Renovo Rail Industries LLC, Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK), Competitive Power Ventures Incorporated, Seminole Electric Cooperative Incorporated and ProEnergy Services.

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