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NGSA ANTICIPATES PRODUCTIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH PRESIDENT-ELECT CLINTON

NGSA ANTICIPATES PRODUCTIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH PRESIDENT-ELECT CLINTON
 WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- "The Natural Gas Supply Association looks forward to working with a Clinton White House to further increase this nation's usage of clean-burning natural gas," said Nicholas J. Bush, NGSA president. "We are confident that the progress made in recent years towards expansion of natural gas markets will continue under his leadership."
 Citing Clinton's calls for greater reliance on natural gas, Bush said, "The association is encouraged by President-elect Clinton's positive statements on natural gas and anticipates a productive relationship with his administration."
 NGSA does have some concerns about potential Clinton policies on drilling access in offshore regions and the impact these policies might have on natural gas supply. "Natural gas constitutes two- thirds of the energy produced in offshore regions," stated Bush. "We hope to work with the new administration to ensure that this energy is available to America's consumers."
 The Natural Gas Supply Association represents companies that produce and market over 90 percent of the domestic natural gas consumed in the United States annually.
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