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Economist: Price Volatility In Gas Markets Will Hang Around For A While

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By Mike Madere, Hart Energy
June 26, 2014

HOUSTON--Price volatility is in vogue in natural gas markets, according to the chief energy economist at the University of Texas at Austin, and the fluctuation is expected to linger for a while.

Dr. Michelle Foss, whose career is built around studying oil and gas statistics and developing economic forecasts, said, “We’ve created volatility in the market trying to solve midstream problems, trying to figure out where to locate infrastructure. We’ve done a pretty good job of trying to build up frack spreads and a pretty good job of pulling them ...

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