Executives: Deregulation spurs smaller power plants

These issues were addressed by executives from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and Copeland® Corporation, a subsidiary of Emerson Electric Company, during a press briefing Thursday at Copeland’s Specialty Scroll Division headquarters in Sidney.

Nov. 8, 2000—Higher U.S. drilling rates have begun to boost natural gas supply, the U.S. Energy Information Administration says in its November short-term energy outlook. The government agency revised its estimates for 2001 production growth to about 350 bcf, up from 240 bcf in previous outlooks. But it says this winter’s gas prices will still be about 90% higher than last winter.

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