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Analysts Predict U.S. Natural Gas Price Increase Due to Reduced Canadian Imports

World Gas Intelligence this week reports that reduced Canadian imports are likely to drive U.S. natural gas prices higher in the coming months, despite a current demand lull due to unseasonably warm temperatures this winter. According to analysts, import
January 2, 2007

World Gas Intelligence this week reports that reduced Canadian imports are likely to drive U.S. natural gas prices higher in the coming months, despite a current demand lull due to unseasonably warm temperatures this winter. According to analysts, imports may decline because of growing Canadian demand, decreasing production, and cutbacks in exploration spending. [Subscription required]

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