SUPPLY/DEMAND CONCERNS TOP U.S. GAS INDUSTRY AGENDA IN '93

Patrick Crow Washington Editor A. D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor A tighter fit between supply and demand in U.S. gas markets is boosting spot market and futures contract prices to unexpected levels, sustaining a year long rally. Market balance and higher wellhead prices have been awaited for the past decade as signs that a gas industry recovery could be under way. But a slim gap between gas supply and demand could portend adversity as much as advantage. And if prices increase too much, too

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