COMMENT U.S. GAS PRODUCERS HAVE LITTLE CHOICE BUT TO SELL

Vinod K. Dar Dar & Co. Washington The first days of January bode ill for February U.S. natural gas prices. The winter continues, at best, to be seasonal. Storage has gone from a small cloud on the horizon to a grey pall across the natural gas landscape. Industrial gas demand remains weak because of a pedestrian economy. Tax induced deliverability continues to expand vigorously. Consequently, the price for Gulf Coast gas could dip below $1.30/MMBTU in February, which would be the lowest

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