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Industry Analyst Says U.S. LNG Imports Could Affect Demand for Domestic Natural Gas

Speaking to the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce in Colorado, Carter Mathies of Arista Midstream Services said that increased LNG imports to the United States could weaken demand for domestic natural gas, particularly gas from western states. The
June 10, 2009

Speaking to the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce in Colorado, Carter Mathies of Arista Midstream Services said that increased LNG imports to the United States could weaken demand for domestic natural gas, particularly gas from western states. The Grand Junction Sentinel provides additional coverage.

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