FirstEnergy believes gas could spike
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Far from entering the prolonged slump most analysts are predicting, the natural gas business could soon enjoy a price spike if storage levels fall at a record pace this winter and liquefied natural gas imports continue to slow, said Calgary-based FirstEnergy Capital.
While sticking to its warning th....
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