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Market MovementHigh prices seen for decadeThe US is facing high prices for both oil and natural gas for a decade or more, analysts reported last week. "We are in the midst of an energy supply crisis, which should fuel a sharp rise in drilling activity, beginning by late 2003 and extending for several years as the US attempts to reduce its dependence on foreign oil and meet domestic gas demand," said analysts at Jefferies & Co. Inc., New York."What is occurring now in the US energy market can be characterized as a painful period of adjustment as a commodity [natural gas] moves from relative abundance to relative scarcity," said officials of Wood Mackenzie Ltd., Edinburgh."We are not in a s...

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