U.S. GAS INDUSTRY SEES SIGNS OF END TO LENGTHY DOWNTURN

A.D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor Several indicators of U.S. gas industry activity are trending upward. That raises industry hopes that markets are balancing and a long awaited recovery has begun. U.S. gas demand continues growing, pulling spot prices in 1992 to the highest fourth quarter average in more than 2 years. Short term supplies appear more than enough to serve significantly greater consumption. And there is an ample gas resource base to serve larger markets for many years, given

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