US gas market challenges

Competition in the US natural gas markets is continuing to provide economic benefits for customers, despite the financial problems of some participants and shaken confidence in the market, says a new report by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc).

The 2003 Natural Gas Market Assessment*, which was released at Ferc’s bi-weekly commission meeting on January 29, is the first major report from the agency’s Office of Market Oversight and Investigations (OMOI). OMOI was launched in August

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