STUDY SEES U.S. GAS RESOURCE BASE STEADY DURING 1990-92

The Potential Gas Committee (PGC) reports the U.S. gas resource base has held steady the past 2 years. The group estimated the resource base, including proved reserves, at 1.019 quadrillion cu ft, down only 1% from the volume PGC reported 2 years ago. It noted that when production of about 35 tcf during the last 2 years is factored in, the resource estimate represents a net increase of the nation's gas resource since the last report.

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