Editorial Comment ///

Low gas prices could slow 2002 activity. Unless it has turned substantially colder throughout most of North America by the time you read this, 2002 may not be too happy for many of us. The high natural gas prices industry enjoyed 12 months ago have evaporated for several reasons, including the current economic recession, which has been exacerbated by the events of 9/11, unusually warm weather at the end of 2001 and increased gas production capacity, which resulted from last year’s drilling boom.

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