A 30% decline in natural gas prices from year-ago levels due to oversupply is leaving gas producers with the options of risking the loss of market share due to scaling back drilling or exacerbating the glut by maintaining activity levels. "It is going to take a cold winter and more exports to keep natural-gas prices out of the cellar," says RBN Energy CEO Rusty Braziel.
Depressed prices cause concern for natural gas producers
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