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The Natural Gas Yearbook is well established as the definitive resource that professionals turn to for comprehensive, cutting-edge analysis of the critical issues shaping the natural gas industry. With contributions from more than twenty leading experts, this year's banner edition examines the latest trends in such pivotal areas as federal and state regulation, internation The Natural Gas Yearbook is well established as the definitive resource that professionals turn to for comprehensive, cutting-edge analysis of the critical issues shaping the natural gas industry. With contributions from more than twenty leading experts, this year's banner edition examines the latest trends in such pivotal areas as federal and state regulation, international trade, technology and research, financial markets, and economic outlook. The 1997 Natural Gas Yearbook features chapters on these key topics: The Long March: FERC's Restructuring of the Natural Gas and Electric Industries, Mark K. Seifert FERC Regulation of Pipeline Rates: The Search for Alternatives, Robert C. Means GISB Provides Initial Standards, Looks to Expanded Role, Rae McQuade Numerous Energy Legislative Proposals Submitted, Few Enacted, Sheila S. Hollis Litigation: Further Effects of Columbia Bankruptcy and Order 636 Dominate, Anthony Michael Sabino Environmental Regulations Affecting the Gas Industry, Lance J. Wenmohs Environmental Focus: Gas Industry Opportunities from Environmental Technologies, James N. Phillips and Walter C. Miller Natural Gas Restructuring at the Consumer-State Level, Kathleen E. Magruder State Regulation of Natural Gas Production, Walter Davis Canadian Natural Gas Developments, J. Thomas Brett, Marshall A. Crowe, and Christian Hyde Mexico: Beginnings of a Comeback, Constance Ballard Dever International Focus: New Opportunities in Mexico, Dana Contratto Natural Gas in Latin America: Facing a Critical Juncture, Tara J. Rethore and James K. Meneely III Global Power Privatization and Deregulation Trends, Margaret Carson Upstream Sector Productivity: The Role of R&D in Gas Technology Development, Mark R. Haas Futures and Options: New Contracts Enhance Risk Management, R. Patrick Thompson Merger Market Seen Steady; Price Forecasts Down Slightly, David L. Bole The Next Era of the Natural Gas Industry: Competition, William R. Hughes Open-Access Gas Markets and Electric Implications, Charles G. Stalon


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The Natural Gas Yearbook is well established as the definitive resource that professionals turn to for comprehensive, cutting-edge analysis of the critical issues shaping the natural gas industry. With contributions from more than twenty leading experts, this year's banner edition examines the latest trends in such pivotal areas as federal and state regulation, internation The Natural Gas Yearbook is well established as the definitive resource that professionals turn to for comprehensive, cutting-edge analysis of the critical issues shaping the natural gas industry. With contributions from more than twenty leading experts, this year's banner edition examines the latest trends in such pivotal areas as federal and state regulation, international trade, technology and research, financial markets, and economic outlook. The 1997 Natural Gas Yearbook features chapters on these key topics: The Long March: FERC's Restructuring of the Natural Gas and Electric Industries, Mark K. Seifert FERC Regulation of Pipeline Rates: The Search for Alternatives, Robert C. Means GISB Provides Initial Standards, Looks to Expanded Role, Rae McQuade Numerous Energy Legislative Proposals Submitted, Few Enacted, Sheila S. Hollis Litigation: Further Effects of Columbia Bankruptcy and Order 636 Dominate, Anthony Michael Sabino Environmental Regulations Affecting the Gas Industry, Lance J. Wenmohs Environmental Focus: Gas Industry Opportunities from Environmental Technologies, James N. Phillips and Walter C. Miller Natural Gas Restructuring at the Consumer-State Level, Kathleen E. Magruder State Regulation of Natural Gas Production, Walter Davis Canadian Natural Gas Developments, J. Thomas Brett, Marshall A. Crowe, and Christian Hyde Mexico: Beginnings of a Comeback, Constance Ballard Dever International Focus: New Opportunities in Mexico, Dana Contratto Natural Gas in Latin America: Facing a Critical Juncture, Tara J. Rethore and James K. Meneely III Global Power Privatization and Deregulation Trends, Margaret Carson Upstream Sector Productivity: The Role of R&D in Gas Technology Development, Mark R. Haas Futures and Options: New Contracts Enhance Risk Management, R. Patrick Thompson Merger Market Seen Steady; Price Forecasts Down Slightly, David L. Bole The Next Era of the Natural Gas Industry: Competition, William R. Hughes Open-Access Gas Markets and Electric Implications, Charles G. Stalon

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