Natural Gas Markets and EIA's Information Program

March 2000

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In 1999 the Gas Market Saw Higher Prices and Little Change in Consumption

Consumer Prices Declined Substantially From 1980's Peak Prices

Wellhead Prices Show Seasonal Variability in Some Years

1998 Gas Reserve Additions Did Not Replace Production For The First Time in 5 Years

The Gap Between Crude Prices and Gas Prices Widened During Winter 1999/2000

Temperatures in Four Cities During Winter '98/'99 and '99/'00

In the Past Three Years, Working Gas in Storage Has Fallen Within or Exceeded the Expected Inventory Range

End-of-heating Season Stocks Are Approaching the Low End of the Expected Range

Average Pipeline Utilization Varied in 1998

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Status of Retail Unbundling in the US as of February 2000

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Author: Barbara Mariner-Volpe

Email: barbara.marinervolpe@eia/doe.gov

Home Page: www.eia.gov

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