Duke University Files Favorable Statement to North Carolina Pipeline Injection Proceeding

During a North Carolina pipeline injection stakeholder meeting on August 25, Duke University issued a statement specifying the university's willingness and support for accepting gas with lower heat content (down to 960 Btu/scf), such as gas derived from landfill and agricultural methane-capture systems.

Duke University is consistently among the largest non-utility natural gas consumers in the state, with annual gas consumption of 1.6-1.8 billion cubic feet.

RNG Coalition staff and members have engaged in the NCUC proceeding with formal and informal written and oral comments and are generally happy with the revisions to date. 

Read Duke University's full statement HERE.