The real fuel in the gas industry

Mackenzie; Mackenzie, Len
November 1999
Pipeline & Gas Journal;Nov99, Vol. 226 Issue 11, Energy Industry... p3
Trade Publication
Offers pointers in gas marketing. Handling of telephone calls; Creation of measures to make customer purchases simple; Maintenance of competitive prices.


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