EIA: Gulf oil, gas flow nearly normal by December

09/12/2005
Oil and gas production and distribution from the hurricane-ravaged US Gulf Coast will return to nearly normal operation by December, predicts the US Energy Information Administration.Oil and gas prices, EIA says in its Short-Term Energy Outlook released Sept. 7, might remain elevated by effects of Hurricane Katrina for as long as 3 months.But EIA offers a warning: “The hurricane season is not yet over, and the severity and location of hurricanes over the next few months could continue to influence US and world oil markets.”Because of uncertainty over the pace of reconstruction, EIA bracketed its supply forecasts within three scenarios: “fast recovery,” which &ldquo...
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