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The 1996 Natural Gas Yearbook Since its inception The Natural Gas Yearbook has become known as the forum for the most timely, authoritative analysis of current and emerging issues affecting the natural gas industry. Written and edited by leading experts, the Yearbook is must reading for industry decisionmakers who require the latest information and the best-informed opinio The 1996 Natural Gas Yearbook Since its inception The Natural Gas Yearbook has become known as the forum for the most timely, authoritative analysis of current and emerging issues affecting the natural gas industry. Written and edited by leading experts, the Yearbook is must reading for industry decisionmakers who require the latest information and the best-informed opinions on such key issues as federal and state regulation, international markets, technological changes, developments in financial markets, and the economic outlook for each industry sector. Outstanding chapters in The 1996 Natural Gas Yearbook include: To Market, to Market: Competition, Deregulation, and FERC Jurisdiction, Robert C. Means Coping with the New Marketplace: The Gas Industry Standards Board and the Grid Integration Project, Rae J. McQuade Numerous Legislative Proposals Submitted and Significant Alterations in Energy Law Planned, Sheila S. Hollis Litigation, Michael J. Henke and John S. Decker Litigation Focus: Bankruptcy Matters Dominated by Columbia, Producer Cases, Anthony Michael Sabino Consumer-State Regulatory Commissions Test the Future, Preserve the Past, William H. Smith, Jr. State-Regulation Focus: Unbundling at the State Level, Kathleen E. Magruder State-Level Focus: New Opportunities Available to LDCs from Retail Market Aggregators, Joel L. Singer Producer-State Regulation Emphasizes Prorationing, Walter Davis Canadian-U.S. Trade in Natural Gas, J. Thomas Brett and Marshall A. Crowe Mexico's Natural Gas Industry at a Crossroads, Carlton R. Jones and John D. Zuklic Natural Gas Growth Worldwide: Enlightened Energy Strategy for Economic Development, Margaret M. Carson Natural Gas International Technology Transfer: Expanding Opportunities and Capabilities, Mary C. Lang and William F. Hederman Current Issues in Upstream Natural Gas Technology, Mark R. Haas Gas Futures Volume Continues Soaring, New User Groups Enter Market, Samuel Glasser Future of Gas as an Electric Generating Fuel, William R. Hughes


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The 1996 Natural Gas Yearbook Since its inception The Natural Gas Yearbook has become known as the forum for the most timely, authoritative analysis of current and emerging issues affecting the natural gas industry. Written and edited by leading experts, the Yearbook is must reading for industry decisionmakers who require the latest information and the best-informed opinio The 1996 Natural Gas Yearbook Since its inception The Natural Gas Yearbook has become known as the forum for the most timely, authoritative analysis of current and emerging issues affecting the natural gas industry. Written and edited by leading experts, the Yearbook is must reading for industry decisionmakers who require the latest information and the best-informed opinions on such key issues as federal and state regulation, international markets, technological changes, developments in financial markets, and the economic outlook for each industry sector. Outstanding chapters in The 1996 Natural Gas Yearbook include: To Market, to Market: Competition, Deregulation, and FERC Jurisdiction, Robert C. Means Coping with the New Marketplace: The Gas Industry Standards Board and the Grid Integration Project, Rae J. McQuade Numerous Legislative Proposals Submitted and Significant Alterations in Energy Law Planned, Sheila S. Hollis Litigation, Michael J. Henke and John S. Decker Litigation Focus: Bankruptcy Matters Dominated by Columbia, Producer Cases, Anthony Michael Sabino Consumer-State Regulatory Commissions Test the Future, Preserve the Past, William H. Smith, Jr. State-Regulation Focus: Unbundling at the State Level, Kathleen E. Magruder State-Level Focus: New Opportunities Available to LDCs from Retail Market Aggregators, Joel L. Singer Producer-State Regulation Emphasizes Prorationing, Walter Davis Canadian-U.S. Trade in Natural Gas, J. Thomas Brett and Marshall A. Crowe Mexico's Natural Gas Industry at a Crossroads, Carlton R. Jones and John D. Zuklic Natural Gas Growth Worldwide: Enlightened Energy Strategy for Economic Development, Margaret M. Carson Natural Gas International Technology Transfer: Expanding Opportunities and Capabilities, Mary C. Lang and William F. Hederman Current Issues in Upstream Natural Gas Technology, Mark R. Haas Gas Futures Volume Continues Soaring, New User Groups Enter Market, Samuel Glasser Future of Gas as an Electric Generating Fuel, William R. Hughes

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