NGSA: Hurricanes hit already tight US gas supplies

10/03/2005
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita aggravated an already tightening natural gas supply situation, increasing prospects for higher prices this heating season, the Natural Gas Supply Association said Sept. 28 as it released its fifth annual winter demand outlook.“Although the market is compensating for the hurricanes’ impact, much remains to be learned about the extent of the damage,” NGSA Chairman Joseph A. Blount told reporters at a Washington briefing. “If there’s one thing to be learned from this hurricane season, it’s the importance of geographically diverse supplies.”In its forecast, NGSA said gas demand growth appears to be slowing down but still sh...
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