November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

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Energy Solutions Report: Natural Gas Prices May Begin To Rise By Mid-2011

On November 15, Energy Solutions, Inc. published its most recent educational analysis, Natural Gas Price Outlook. President Valerie Wood provided a summary of the contents: “Natural gas prices are at eight-year lows, and plentiful supplies have caused some analysts to predict sub-$5 natural gas prices as far out as 2015. If one is looking solely at supply and demand, that forecast may be relevant. But today, the price of natural gas is about so much more than just supply and demand. “This is uncharted territory for the U.S. Natural Gas Price Outlook explores the factors impacting natural gas prices today, how those factors may change in the next year, and why the mid

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