BIG U.S. GAS PRODUCING STATES FAN PRORATIONING CONTROVERSY

The biggest gas producing states in the U.S. are embracing wholesale changes in prorationing rules. And their actions have stirred controversy and warnings among key energy lawmakers in Washington. The Texas Railroad Commission last week unanimously approved new rules for setting production volumes for gas wells. Texas is the country's No. 1 gas producer. TRC commissioners eliminated a system that prorated production based on monthly nominations by gas purchasers. But they left the door

May 4th, 1992
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