INDUSTRY EARNINGS PLUMMET 34%

Robin Buckner Price Staff Writer Valerie Sanders Statistics Editor Earnings for the first 9 months of 1992 plunged from the year ago level for a sample of U.S. oil and gas companies. However, increased natural gas prices sparked improvement in the third quarter. Year to date earnings for a group of integrated and nonintegrated companies fell 34% to $8.6 billion compared to a year ago on revenues that fell less than 1%. But third quarter earnings for the group jumped 28% to $3.3 billion on

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