U.S. SUBSIDIZING PET GAS AGAIN

The U.S. oil and gas producing industry spends much time wondering why the price of natural gas seems to have embarked on a permanent migration south. The notorious gas bubble received all the blame for a while but now looks like a permanent feature of the business. Allegedly predatory practices of major oil companies and imports from Canada lately have come under fire. Warm winters have something to do with the phenomenon. So, perhaps, do rising sophistication of inventory management and

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