U.S. GAS SUPPLY PREDICTED ADEQUATE FOR WINTER

Natural gas supply will be more than adequate this winter in the U.S. The Natural Gas Supply Association and American Gas Association made that forecast last week in a joint Washington, D.C., news conference as they released separate studies on the state of the U.S. gas market. Mike Baly, AGA president, said supplies will be adequate even if 1 month sets a record for cold weather. AGA said an estimated 2.565 tcf of gas will be available in January 1993, compared with record demand of 2.426 tcf

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