1990 U.S. INTERSTATE PIPELINES' EFFICIENCY CONTINUES IMPROVING

Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor The U.S. gas-transmission industry may look back on 1989-90 as the period it turned the corner in adjusting to the new realities of a less regulated environment. For 1990, sharply higher volumes of gas transported for others and higher net incomes offset flat revenues and declining gas sales for major and nonmajor U.S. interstate natural-gas pipeline companies. These improvements followed similar increases in 1989 after industry revenues and incomes

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