Natural gas imports into the U.S. are at a record level and climbing. U.S. Energy Information Administration figures show the country imported a record 2.35 tcf of gas in 1993, mostly from Canada. It's part of an active, integrated natural gas market that continues to develop in North America. EIA said, "Although export trade with Mexico fell sharply, industry observers anticipate it will rebound eventually and Mexico may become a significant gas market for the U.S." U.S. net imports of natural gas rose for the seventh straight year in 1993, reaching 11% of domestic consumption. Imports from Canada continued their st...

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