Highlights 26 gas-fired power projects planned for region Gas likely to become most-used fuel for power generation in PJM Houston — With about 21,000 MW of new gas-fired power generation planned in the Appalachian Basin, demand for gas is expected to rise as it overtakes coal in power generation market share. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Twenty-six combined-cycle gas-turbine power plant projects are likely to be built in the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio over the next several years, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence data. Analysis: Permian Basin gas constraints on track to ease in 2019 The majority of the generation projects are slated to be built in Pennsylvania, where 15 projects, contributing 14,730 MW of capacity, are likely. In Ohio, the eight projects listed as planned would add 7,695 MW of capacity, according to Market Intelligence. Gas Storage […]