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Additional resources for The Natural Gas Market: Sixty Years of Regulation and Deregulation
The binary variable for the second regulatory period had a negative but not significant coefficient for mean new extensions or revisions. In the first period, with price limits in place, the regime reduced reserves and increased the rate-of-take, whereas in the second period the new regulatory regime reduced reserves only marginally. The supply and demand equations together describe the operations of markets at the consumer purchase level of demand and the wellhead level of supply. Market behavior is affected by regulatory activity that centers on the late s Model of Natural Gas Market Wellhead Prices and Quantities to middle s, when wellhead price caps were put in place by the Federal Power Commission, and on the period from the late s to mid-s, when the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission implemented phased price decontrol under the Natural Gas Policy Act of .
When price-cap regulation failed, it was replaced with a complex system of selective decontrol of prices on just supplies from certain production horizons. This partial deregulation, in turn, was intended to improve market performance—that is, to develop more gas reserves and production for consumers. The results again turned out to belie the intentions: consumers and producers lost from prices too high and from production also too high. ”2 Certain aspects of the history of regulation explain why procedures put in place to control gas prices took the form they did.
Variables have been included for regulation on the hypothesis that the regulatory regime changes development activity all else being equal. Together, discoveries and revisions or extensions determine additions to reserves. The rate-of-take from reserves determines the amount of production, with this rate as a function of wells, industrial production, and lagged rate-oftake. . . The first equation for total gas wells indicates that increases in the number of wells have been associated with gas and oil price increases (although the coefficients of the price variables are not statistically significant).