April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4

In The News

AGA Study Notes Positive Supply Situation

The American Gas Association’s latest study, “The Positive Natural Gas Supply Situation Benefits Consumers – A Look at January 2011,” finds that customers are greatly benefitting from the sustained, stable production of domestic natural gas. According to the report, consumer bills would be 40-70% higher today had natural gas prices in a supply-constrained 2006 persisted. “The market uncertainty we’re seeing due to the turmoil in the Middle East has caused crude oil prices to soar, but natural gas prices continue to remain relatively low and stable, even with the sustained cold we have seen this winter season,” said Dave McCurdy, presiden

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