Coal-to-gas substitution in the US power generation sector is set to decline amid a rise in natural gas prices beyond 2012 levels. Prices for gas delivered to power plant operators during 2013 will average about 22 percent higher than during 2012, while the average cost of delivered coal will go up only 1 percent, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts.
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