Hurricane Andrew's fury has left more significant damage to oil and gas facilities in the Gulf of Mexico than first thought (see story, p. 24). But the storm's fallout has a bright side for long beleaguered U.S. gas producers: maintaining an underpinning for natural gas prices that have already staged a remarkable comeback this year.

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