Natural gas supply/ demand. With 85% of active US rigs drilling for gas, and customers expecting higher gas prices going into winter, the topic is receiving high-level study. The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) says in a recently released study that customers are facing a second straight heating season of potentially tight supplies. “Fears of a major upheaval in the marketplace have eased due to the strong summer recovery of inventories; but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods in terms of supply costs,” said NGSA.
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