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|Wednesday, June 30, 2010|
Oregon's three natural gas utilities said their prices would remain unchanged or slightly lower in an annual price outlook presentation to the Oregon Public Utility Commission Tuesday.
A recession-era drop in industrial demand for natural gas combined with a surplus of supply from drilling in shale gas formations have caused gas prices to drop.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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