Onshore fields bolstered 2006 US gas output

05/07/2007
Land drilling bolstered US gas production in 2006, a warmer than normal year characterized by lower imports from Canada, reduced LNG imports from fewer countries, and above average storage levels, said the US Energy Information Administration.All data are preliminary, EIA said, but total marketed gas production climbed 2% on the year to 19.34 tcf in 2006 even though 2005-06 Gulf of Mexico output fell due to hurricanes.Gulf production, usually more than 20% of annual marketed US gas output, dropped 21% in 2005 and 13% through October 2006 to 15% of cumulative marketed production.Marketed production outside the gulf as of October 2006 was 13.68 tcf, more than 4% higher than the 2005 level. ...
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