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Radler, M. US energy demand to rebound in 2003 as production slides. Oil and Gas Journal, 27th January 2003, 101(4) p.

US energy demand will increase in 2003 as the much-anticipated economic recovery takes hold. Consumption of petroleum products, natural gas, and coal will grow, while demand for other primary forms of energy is on par with 2002 consumption.

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