Alaska gas could push down prices temporarily
Commission: Drop could average 56 cents per mcf in pipeline’s first year
Petroleum News Juneau Correspondent
An 18-member national commission, funded by a collection of nonprofit foundations, says the large volume of new natural gas supply from an Alaska pipeline could knock down U.S. gas prices by $2.10 per thousand cubic feet its first year of full production. The report says producers would quickly adju....
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Producers would lose revenue
Indirect economic benefits
Earlier report forecast smaller price drop
Supply and demand gap grows
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