SEVERAL FACTORS PREDICTED TO BOOST U.S. FUEL CONSUMPTION THIS WINTER

Robert J. Beck Economics Editor U.S. demand for fuels this winter will move up substantially from the depressed level of the last heating season. The major reason will be a return to colder, closer to normal weather. Fuel demand also will get a boost from increased economic activity and prices lower than they were at this time last year. As a result, demand for distillate fuel, residual fuel, and natural gas will rise. During the last heating season, a number of factors combined to produce a

Nov 11th, 1991
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