Gas storage and Canadian imports have become key sources of winter natural gas supply for the U.S. The use of storage and imports to meet winter peaks has reduced the importance of domestic deliverability; by extension, this means that a lower level of resource exploration and development will support current and future demand. However, the growing use of storage may lead to price instability and may increase the risk of spot shortages and curtailments during the summer.

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