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Appalachian Gas Production on Rise, But Not Enough to Upend Basis

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Natural gas production is growing faster in Appalachia than in any of the major US shale plays — a surprising weather-driven development that could continue into 2023. But restrained producers and less-constrained pipelines have meant the region has avoided a crippling gas glut that threatened to send prices spiraling.

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Gas Prices, Gas Demand, Independent E&Ps, Gas Pipelines, Gas Supply
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