Texas Natgas Shut In by Cold Front

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A powerful cold front that swept through Texas over the New Year’s weekend might have caused at least 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas to stay in the field, a finding that shows just how vulnerable the state's gas sector remains to the kind of extreme cold that paralyzed much of the state last winter.

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