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Gas supply marketing undergoing major transformations. Anon. Pipeline Gas J., August 1995, 222(8), 68--71.

Increasing competition in the supply of natural gas to marketing outlets is reviewed. Natural gas transportation and storage operations are described as highly-aggressive and unregulated services. FERC Order 636 has terminated many legislative requirements for interstate transportation and capacity is now accessible to any authorized shipper. Major impacts on gas storage are predicted as companies compete to transport natural gas to end-users. Competition is also increased by changes in information technology, availability of new tools for evaluating financial risks, evolving management practices, and global factors. The views of five senior executives in the gas industry are summarized.

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