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  1. EIA says gas drilling slump won't prevent low prices in 2002

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    Tue, 8 Jan 2002

  2. Fourth quarter gas production could be lower than market suggests

    Fourth quarter estimates of natural gas production could be overly optimistic, lending support to US gas prices next year, even if demand doesn't rebound quickly, financial analysts said Monday. Raymond James & Associates Inc. projected fourth quarter production could be down as much as 2%, ...

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    Tue, 18 Dec 2001

  3. Guernsey & Co. says gas storage withdrawals starting later than usual

    Not only is the level of US gas in storage higher than usual, but also the withdrawal for the heating season is starting much later than usual, said engineering, architectural, and consulting services group Guernsey & Co.

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    Mon, 19 Nov 2001

  4. EIA: Winter electricity demand to rise 2.8%

    Total electricity demand this winter is expected to be 2.8% higher than last year, federal energy forecasters predicted Friday. The Energy Information Agency (EIA) said the winter should be 11% colder than last, resulting in a 4.6% increase in electricity use by the residential sector and 3.9% ...

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    Fri, 6 Oct 2000

  5. Gas prices soar to $20/ Mcf in California

    Energy Information Administration said natural gas prices spiked into the teens in California and colder temperatures sent prices up $1.00/ Mcf to well over $6.00/ Mcf last week in most other locations. The December NYMEX futures contract gained around 15� to 17� each day ending at a near record ...

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    Mon, 27 Nov 2000

  6. Gas markets to remain tight despite recent respite

    Will a major shortfall of natural gas supply this winter spell tight gas markets for the foreseeable future? That likelihood continues to persist even though a demand slump has brought gas prices back down from their stratospheric peaks of December.

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    Fri, 9 Feb 2001

  7. High gas and power prices dog California market

    With reserve margins falling to 7%, the California Independent System Operator called a Stage 1 emergency early Tuesday and is expected to declare a Stage 2 later in the day. If that happens, customers with interruptible load will be called on to shut off their electricity for the second day in a ...

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    Tue, 5 Dec 2000

  8. US, Russian gas supply vulnerable if 2002-03 winter unusually cold

    The US and the Russian Federation (Russia) are not only the two largest producers of natural gas in the world, but its two largest consumers as well.

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    Mon, 11 Nov 2002

  9. OGJ Newsletter

    Will a major shortfall of natural gas supply this winter spell tight gas markets for the foreseeable future?

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    Mon, 12 Feb 2001

  10. U.S. gas deliverability, output gap widens

    Lower 48 Gas Monthly Output, Capacity [45,646 bytes] The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports that continuing increases in natural gas productive capacity in the U.S. Lower 48 this year will be more than adequate to meet normal production demand. It noted that the largest U.S. gas ...

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    Mon, 19 Jan 1998

  11. WINTER HITS U.S. INDUSTRY, STRAINS GAS SUPPLY

    A record breaking cold front before and during the weekend of Dec. 23 shut down several major refineries and petrochemical plants in the U.S. Gulf Coast region and sent demand for natural gas and propane soaring in many regions. A prolonged blast of arctic air shattered low temperature records in ...

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    Mon, 1 Jan 1990

  12. EIA SURVEY PINPOINTS GROWTH OF GAS STORAGE

    Underground gas storage is being used in new ways as U.S. storage operators add capacity and develop new services to keep pace with regulatory change, an Energy Information Administration survey shows.

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    Mon, 17 Jan 1994

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