North American natural gas supply options focus of debate

North America's natural gas industry continues to look to a range of alternatives to meet the challenge of supplying a potential 30 tcf U.S. gas market early next century. That was the main focus of a seminar sponsored by Ziff Energy Group, Calgary, in Houston, last month. A similar program, sponsored by Canadian Energy Research Institute, was held in Calgary this month (see story, this page). At the Houston seminar, Ziff also disclosed results of a survey of the North American natural gas market outlook (OGJ, Apr. 26, 1999, Newsletter). Ziff Energy CEO Paul Ziff said, "As you can tell from the survey results, the single most controversial issue to the industry today ...

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