AGA: LONG TERM U.S. GAS SUPPLY ADEQUATE

U.S. gas supply will keep pace with demand well into the next century, the American Gas Association predicts. AGA says 19.9 and 22.3 tcf/year of gas will be available in 1995 and 2010, respectively, with gas prices rising toward $4/Mcf in 1990 dollars by 2010. Even if more moderate price growth occurs$3.25/Mcf in 1990 dollars by 2010-total supply likely will range between 19.5 tcf in 1995 and 20.4 tcf in 2010. Incentives could increase the supply to 25.8 tcf by 2010.

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