PLAYERS LINE UP IN SCRAMBLE FOR U.K. NATURAL GAS MARKETS

07/24/1995
David KnottSenior Editor Britain's gas supply industry is part way through an enforced change from a state owned monopoly to an open market. The next 3 years will see completion of the most dramatic part of the change. Britain's industrial and commercial gas markets have already been opened. British Gas plc competes with other gas producers that have moved downstream, companies formed to buy gas for resale, and electrical power companies seeking to broaden their array of services. Starting next year, the large domestic market will be liberalized, completing a government led process of change begun 10 years earlier. ...
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