WEST COAST GAS TO SEE MORE USE AS POWER FUEL

Big gains lie ahead in demand for natural gas as a fuel for independent power production (IPP) on the U.S. West Coast. So says a study conducted by Recon Research Corp., Los Angeles. The study pegs potential IPP demand at 1.041 bcfd in 2010, more than four times Recon's figure of 233 MMcfd for 1993. Recon pointed out that its figures are much higher than other industry forecasts of only 141 MMcfd of potential demand in 2000, slipping to 121 MMcfd in 2010. Charles Doering, senior vice

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