MARKET GROWTH KEY TO U.S. GAS INDUSTRY

To natural gas producers in the U.S., price has become an obsession. Rightly so. No one thought that gas late in the winter of 1991-92 would sell at the wellhead for less than $1/Mcf. Once again, many producers, most of them small independents, must struggle to survive, fates dependent on volatile spot and futures markets.

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