Unconventional gas resources fill the gap in future supplies ///

It was just 1998 when US wellhead gas prices averaged $1.96/Mcf. Those days are long gone. Nobody thinks of $2 gas anymore. Going forward over the next 15 years, the lowest estimates by industry pundits are well over $3, while the high end is about $6. Will industry be able to meet the demand? The answer is a resounding “yes,” but only a sustained, robust effort will keep North America supplied with gas.

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