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Oil & Gas Journal, in its annual Midyear Forecast special report, which begins on p. 18, is calling for a small increase in the consumption of natural gas in the US this year. The gas market will remain tight, with US production growth marginal.The share of the energy market that gas holds in the US is nearly 23%, and it looks to grow as more gas-fired power generation enters the mix. How gas supplies and the technologies behind them are managed is critical to ensuring a reliable market.Building expertiseA new program at the University of Houston aims to support the need for such expertise. The university's Global Energy Management Institute (GEMI), along with its Bauer College of Bus...

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