MMS Points to OCS as Near-Term Supply Solution

As North America gears up for winter with natural gas prices already registering higher than normal for this time of year, the U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS) said Monday that it believes that offshore natural gas may be a near-term solution for the current volatility. The government agency added that Americans — stung by high natural gas prices — may be in for a bumpy ride this winter.

September 16, 2003

Prices Face ‘Reality’ in Registering Double-Digit Drops

Prices fell about 10-20 cents across the board Thursday in what traders generally considered as “reality” catching up with the gas market. But one producer is expecting at least a mild rally today after the screen turned a negative morning into an afternoon settlement that was a little more than a nickel higher.

March 15, 2002

Holiday Prices Mostly Softer But With Some Increases

The cash market went quietly into the Labor Day weekend Friday,registering prices that ranged from flat to down about a dime inmost cases, but sprinkled with scattered upticks (concentrated inthe West) and a Southern California border crash to break up thepattern.

September 5, 2000
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