KEY U.S. GAS POLICY ISSUES AWAIT ACTION BY FERC DURING 1991

Patrick Crow Washington Editor The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission expects to decide several key U.S. natural gas policy issues this year, absent much of the controversy over its actions in recent years designed to inject competition into gas markets. Chairman Martin Allday said his goal is to allow "competitive forces to work through the marketplace to maintain the appropriate balance between supply and demand in the pipeline and producer program.

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