Balance on North American Gas Markets (21773 bytes) North American gas markets could balance within 2 years if current trends hold, heralding an era in which gas prices better reflect full cycle costs. But until most U.S. and Canadian gas provinces are producing at rates close to capacity, gas wellhead prices in the region likely will remain volatile at best. Prices will fluctuate between the marginal cost of producing incremental gas and the cost of substitute fuels. So says the international gas division of Natural Resources Canada (NRC), Ottawa, in an update of its July 1993 study of North American gas market dynamics. ...

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