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Market MovementUS power demand continues to drain natural gas suppliesThe recent decline in natural gas prices in the US is not a harbinger of return to low gas prices.If anything, the outlook for burgeoning US electric power demand for natural gas instead suggests a sturdy foundation for gas prices for the foreseeable future.The drop of almost $3.70/MMbtu from the final close of the January 2001 NYMEX futures contract (nearly $10/MMbtu) to the final close of the February contract last week reflects mainly the recent warming trend. US heating degree-days were 10% higher than last year and at near-normal levels for the week ended Jan. 27. The near-term trend, say weather forecasters, is fo...

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