A FIRST: U.S. NATURAL GAS WELLHEAD VALUE TOPS OIL'S

The value of natural gas production in the U.S. in 1993 exceeded that of crude oil output for the first time in history. The reversal owes as much to trends in price as in production and, most recently, record frigid weather in much of the U.S. Another key factor is a newly revitalized, restructured gas industry operating in the most unfettered regulatory environment in recent memory.

Feb 28th, 1994
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