Gas liquids supply to be pinched by high natural gas prices

Tight supplies are predicted in Louisiana and other markets where gas processing plants have been shut down recently. The plants have been closed because natural gas prices are higher than the gas liquids that are usually extracted from the raw gas stream. The usually more expensive liquids can be sold for much more if they remain in the natural gas that is then sold downstream.

HAMPTON, N.H., Dec. 7, 2000 (PRNewswire) – Businesses, municipalities, school districts and similar private and public entities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and throughout the northeast will find it easier to shop for the best energy prices in a rapidly-deregulating market, under two new strategic partnership agreements announced today by Usource, L.L.C., an affiliate of New Hampshire- based Unitil Corporation (Amex: UTL).

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