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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta West oil stocks advance strongly TORONTO (CP) - Western oils posted strong advances, as prices on the Toronto stock market moved higher in mode-ate mid-moning trading today. On index, industrials were up .21 to 177.38, base metals .24 to 93.37 and western oils 2.27 to 229.92. Golds dropped .09 to 169.50. Volume by 11 a.m. was 592,000 shares, up from 442,000 at the same time Wednesday. Advances held a moderate margin over declines 113 to 73, with 201 issues unchanged. Strongest sectors were food processing, oil refining, bever-ages and merchandising. Eleven of the industrial index's 17 sub-groups were higher. Chemical, real estate, steel and pipeline issues edged fractionally lower. Bow Valley was up % to $26%, Home A % to $33%, Bell Vi to $46V2, B.C. Sugar Vi to $20 and Central-Del Rio Va to $15%. Canadian Imperial Bank rose % to $23 Imperial Oil Va to $25y4, Inco % ot $35%, Tara y8 to $16%, Northern and Central Gas Vs to $157/8 and Hudson Bay Mining % to $21%. Acres dropped % to $11 Moore % to $37, Union Gas Vi to $15%, Crush International Vi to $191/4, Brascan % to $19% Elec-trohome % to $39% and Super-test common Vi to $14%. PRICES UP MONTREAL (CP) - Prices were up fractionally in most sectors in moderate trading on the Montreal stock market today. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges at 11 a.m. was 858,700 shares compared with 272,900 at the same time Wednesday. On index, industrials rose .46 to 180.99, utilities .36 to 153.02 and the composite .39 to 178.7. Banks fell .01 to 206.25 and papers ,35 to 80.09. Pacific Petroleums rose % to $33% and Walker-Gooderham % to $36%. Canadian Javelin, Hunter Douglas and Quebec Telephone each rose % to $15, $13 and $13 respectively. Alcan, which will receive $53.5 million U.S. from Guyana for its nationalized bauxite company, was unchanged at $21.2. On the Canadian exchange, Slocan Ottawa rose two cents to 65 cents on 162,500 sharse. RALLY STALLED NEW YORK (AP) - Trading slowed a bit today, with stock Smokey Says: . . . Help Prevent All Wildfires Booze still No. 1 killer on highways EDMONTON (CP) - "Booze" still is the greatest cause of accidents and death on the highways, says Wesley Black, president of the Canadian Roads and Transport Association. "People will, despite all warnings, decide to mix booze and gasoline with its awful consequences," Mr. Black also British Columbia highays minister, said in an interview. Mr., Black, in Edmonton at the start of a cross-country series of meetings with highways ministers, said he feels that "sooner or later we will have to face up to the situation and make penalties for drinking and driving pretty stringent." The best way to curb the problem was to "hit the fellow right straight in the pocket-book." prices slightly higher, as an early-session rally appeared to have stalled. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 2.63 at 893.84. Mclntyre Porcupine fell 2 to $103 among Canadian issues, while Inco was off Vt at $34. Distillers Seagrams picked up % to $53%.. On the American Stock Exchange, Canadian Javelin was off % at $14% and Scurry Rainbow fell a like amount to $19%. ByGene Fawcette A STRANGE FEAR-INDUC1NS CHEMICAL USED BY ANT" SOLDIERS THAT CARRY OFF THE PUfAE OFOTHER ANTS FOR SLAVES HAS BEEN DISCOVERED. IT'S SO STRONG AND LONG-LASTING THE DEFENDERS ARE AFRAID TO GO BACK TO THENEST EVEN AFTER THE INVADERS LEAVE.., ox syhthbsizeo, /r MHSHrMWAf/ExeeueNr For further tnformolion itnd itomp.d. ��lf,adrjr�iiad anvelop* lo NEWI C/o Canada Wida', 245 SI. Jam*! Sirftat W, Montreal 126, Canada. Livestock Lethbridge Livestock (Supplied by Canada Department of Agriculture) On offer to 11:00 a.m. 225 cattle. Receipts mostly slaughter cattle. Trade moderately active. Good and choice butcher steers meeting good demand at steady prices. The few cows on offer selling steady. Medium and good heavy feeder steers selling generally steady. Choice steers 32 to 32.70; good 31 to 32; medium 27 to 28. Good cows 21.50 to 22.50. Good heavy feeder steers over 900 lbs 30.50 to 31.60; medium 28 to 30. Butcher hogs sold Wednesday F.O.B. Lethbridge 20.60 to 21 base price. One load of hogs sold for export, price converted to 16.70 kveweight. Calgary livestock CALGARY (CP) - On offer to 11 a.m. today about 1,200 head; mostly mixed grades of slaughter cattle. Trade was moderate. Slaughter steers were a full .25 lower; heifers were unevenly steady at .25 lower; good cows were .50 higher with medium and canner kinds steady; bulls were steady. Choice slaughter steers 31.75 to 32.60, good 30.75 to 31.75, medium 29.50 to 30.50. Choice heifers 27.75 to 28.50, good 27 to 27.75, medium 26 to 27. Good cows 21.50 to 22.50, medium 20.50 to 21.50, caimers and cutters 19 to 20.50. Good bulls 25 to 27. Replacement cattle were mostly fleshy, short-keep yearling steer and light heifers selling at steady prices. Insufficient calves offered to establish a market. Good feeder steers more than 750 pounds 31 to 33. Good feeder heifers more than 575 pounds 27.50 to 29.80, depending on weight. Hogs base price 20.90. Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) - Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board: Edmonton: 20.75, average Wednesday 20.69. Red Deer: 20.75, average Wednesday 20.78. Calgary: 20.90, average Wednesday 20.60. Lethbridge: no sales, average Wednesday 20.77. Lloydminster: No sales. Total Hogs sold Wednesday 4,243, average 20.70. Sows average 12.20. Grain price review Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) - Rape-seed posted gains of as much as 6% cents on good exporter and commission house buying at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. All other commodities were steady to fractionally higher in a dull volume of trade. Wednesday's volume of trade was 972,000 bushels of flax, 3,617,000 of rapeseed and 261,000 of rye. Mid-session prices: Flax: July % higher 2.42A, Oct. %higher 2.47%A, Nov. Vs higher 2.47%A, Dec. unchanged 2.46%B, May % higher 2.55%. Rapeseed Vancouver: July 3 higher 3.15B, Sept 67/a higher 3.107/s, Nov. 6 higher 3.01%B, Jan. 4% higher 2.96%N, March 4% higher 2.90B. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. 4% higher 3.00%, Dec. % higher 2.80%B, May 3 higher 2.88B. Oats; July % higher 76y4A, Oct. Vf. higher 75%A, Dec. unchanged 75%B, May not open. Barley: July unchanged 1.20A, Oct. % higher 1.16%A, Dec. % higher 1.16, May not open. Rye: July % lower 1.04%, Oct. % lower 1.06%B, Dec. unchanged 1.07%B. Prices for class two wheat for export to countries outside IGA: 1 Nor 1.83; 2 1.81; 3 1.76; 4 1.73; 1 Durum 1.82%; 2 1.79%; 31.70%; 4 1.72%; IGA prices: 1 Nor 1.83; 2 1.81; 3 1.76; 4 1.73; 1 Durum 1.82; 2 1.79%; 3 1.70%; 4 1.72%. Potato futures WINNIPEG (CP) - Maritime potato futures Wednesday. Open High Low Close Nov 2.25A Mar 2.65A Apr 2.70A May 3.05A COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 High Low Close Flax Jiy 242 241% 241% Oct 248 247 247 Nov 247% 246% 246% Dec 247 246% 246% May 256% 255% 255% Rapeseed Vancouver Jiy 323 314V4 322 Sep 313% 306y4 311% Nov 306'A 297% 304% Jan 300 294% 299% Mar 292% 288% 291 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 305% 298% 305 Dec _ - 285 May 298% 285 290% Oats Jiy - - 76% Oct 75% 75 75 Dec 75% 74% -4% May - - 76 Barley Jiy -, - 120 Oct 1167/a 116% 116% Dec 116 115% 115% May -. - 113% Rye Jiy 105 103% 105 Oct 107 106% 107 Dec 107% 106% 108% Pants suits on the way out anyway BOZEMAN, Mat. (AP) - Women teachers here have been given the right to wear pant suits but only "provided they are of a type that is good looking and that match as a complete ensemble." The board, while not unanimously convinced, gave the approval after a woman remarked at the meeting that' denying the teachers' request would do more harm than good and "pant suits are going out of style anyway." Beef futures WINNIPEG (CP) - live beef futures Wednesday. Open High Low Close Jiy 34.50 34.50 Sep 31.75 31.80 31.75 31.80B Nov 31.40 31.40 Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd., ordinary, 23% cents, Aug. 31, record Aug. 6. Four per cent pfd., 20 cents; 5% per cent pfd., 28 cents; both payable Sept. 1, record Aug. 6. Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, Roadhouse and McCuaig) LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotes, cll:00 a.m. Ouoteii (11:00 a.m. Quota") Thursday, July 15, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS WESTERN OILS Alta East GBS 5.05 Asamern i, wa Ashland Oil B. P. Oil, Gas Cdn Southern 5.50 Cdn Export Gas 3.90 Cdn Homestead 8.35 Cdn Home Pfd "�> Cdn ind Gas Oil 11 � Cdn Long Is. � cdn Superior ��� Central Del Rto ".50 Charter *�| Chleftan Dome Pete "5.W Dynamic Pete l-M Great Plains �� LocWel Explor >� Mill CWY t>5 New Cont � North Cdn Oil 8W Numac Permo .-Si Petrol v$ Pinnacle ,-y. Place Gas !� Ranger �. Scurry Rata. Soooner Total Petro 7" West Deca ta ___�� MISCELLANEOUS ""industries Aflra Indus. Atco Ind -jViV Wtfcorp Juta Tr?L SSfc Cdn Hydro car Cdn Pac. inv 24.00 CPR P,dV mr. 27 00 Crowsnest Ind >, CCVu9mUProBp ^ 1�5. Gt. Oil Sands �-W Gt. Oil S. 6-75 1�.00 Home Oil A Home Oil B �Si nTne PItfleld ��� Hudson Bay Co- �-so Hudson Bay; 01 %f Hud Bay 01 Pfd |7" Hugh Russell 20-w Husky Oil 1�.50 Husky Oil B 43.50 Husky Oil War 7.20 Inter Prov Pips 12.37V* Inter Steel Plpa *.B7Vi Cdn Occidental 10.00 Joutel .80 Kaiser 4.00 Kam Kotla .68 Lake Dufault- 14.12'/a L Onf. Port Ce 2.3S MGF Manage. 2.00 Mentor Newconex S.60 Pacific Pete 33.00 Rank Organ. 23.50 , Selkirk Hold 15.50 Shell Canada 36.75 Shell Inv Pfd 37.25 Shell Inv Wts 17.50 Sicks Rainier 2.75 Teledyne 5.00 West Cdn Seed 4.70 Whltepass Yuk 12.75 CALGARY Acroll Barons Oil North Cont Madison West Warner PIPELINE STOCKS Alta G T L A 43.50 Alta G T L Pfd Alta Nat Gas Cdn West Nat G Inland Nat Gas N and C Pac Gas Trans N and C Pfd Gaz Metro Gaz Metro Pfd Trans Cdn P Trans Cdn P ----- Trans Cdn P Pfd 61.25 Trans P Cdn War 9.70 Westcoast Trans 26.87 Western Pac 6.25 MUTUAL FUNDS A.G.F. Special 3.03 All Cdn Com 8.44 9.22 All Cdn Dlvld 9.54 10.43 All Cdn Vent American G Cdn Invest F Collect Mutual - Common Inter 14.12 15.52 Common Lev 3.73 4.10 Corp Invest 5, Corp Invest s F 5. Dreyfus U.s. 12. Growth Equity 6 Grouped In s 3. Invest G F 11. Invest Mut 5. Mutual Accum 5 Mutual Grow F 5.41 .53 .75 .51 .41 Nat Res N. W. Finance N. W. Growth Principal Grow Templefon G 47 5.98 12 5.19 70 13.92 52 7.16 62 3.9B 01 12.03 35 5.85 48 6.03 5.95 8.23 5.20 6.05 4.84 Government given warning on future energy supplies .75 .06 .03 .26'/* .36 73.00 22.87'A 17.50 13.50 1r.87Vi 14.00 32.50 5.87V2 66.00 33.00 40.25 3.83 4.18 6.05 6.64 4.58 5.02 6.50 7.13 96 29.46 United Accum 4.83 5.31 Universal Sav 7.33 8.05 VANCOUVER Anuk .22 Arctic Mining .08 Atlas Explore .46 Bathurst Norse 1.62 Beth Copper 16.87V2 Block Bros 3.60 B'renda ' 7.20 B.C. Sugar 20.00 B.C. Sugar Pfd 16.00 Captain Internat 8.25 Churchill Cop 1.10 Columbia Cell 3.90 Coronation Cred l.in Crestbrook F Ind 4.40 Croyden .18 Dolly Varden .26 Dynasty 8.00 Fort Reliance 50 Giant ascot 5,45 Granlsle 10.50 Growers B 2.75 Key Indust />o Hys 2.10 Interior Brew 4.85 International Mar .82 Kamloops Copper .09Vi Lornex 8.40 Lytton Minerals 2.01 New Imp Mines .85 Okanagan Helicop 5.12'a Plains Pete .28V2 Primer .10 pyramid .63 Sliver Standard 1.40 Texmont .61 Tro|an .45 Western Mines 3.35 West Resources .09 West Explorations .11 Utlca .30 industrials Toronto mines, Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada LAST BID OR SALE (11:00 a.m. Quotas) (11:00 a.m. Quotes) (11:00 a.m. Quoles) MINES Acme Advocate Asb Akaltcho Black Bay Bralorne Broulan Bethlehem Brunswick Canda Tung Casslar Central Pat Chlmo Conwest Cons Rambler Coin Lake Cralgmont Dickenson Mines Denlson Mines Deer Horn D'Eldona Dome Mines Donalda Discovery Mines East Malartlc East Sullivan Falconbridge Frobex First Marltlmes Giant Y. K. Bovls Granduc Headway R. L. Holllnger Hudson Bay Hydra Ex. Iron Bay iso Joliet Quebec Kerr Addison Key Anacon Labrador Lake Shore Langls Sliver Madsen R. L. Malartlc G. r. Martin McNeely Maclntyre AAeta Mldrlm Intern Mogul New West Homes New Athona New Calumet New Imperial Noranda Northgate Norlex .17 2.00 ' .41 .06 1.81 .26 16.87V2 5.60 2.02 22.50 2.16 1.25 9.55 1.85 .13V2 8.35 1.13 24.75 .06 .50 64.50 .08'/! .99 1.05 3.15 100.00 .29 1.05 9.00 1.95 6.90 8.50 40.37'/a 21.25 .24 3.15 1.56 ,33 8.05 .33 39.00 2.90 .11 .82 .70 8.50 11.00 .14 .22 11.12V2 9.00 .14Va .23 .82 34.37VS 9.75 .42 Opemlska Oslsko Patlno ' Pine Point Placer Dev P. C. Exp Rayrock Radlcore Rio Algom Roman Corp Sherrltt Gordon Silver Miller Steep Rock Tek Corp Texmont Upper Canada Western Mines Wright Hargreaves Wlllroy Windfall Yellowknlfe Bear Zenmac INDUSTRIALS Ablflb! Alcan Algoma Steel Atco Ind Atlan Sugar Bel Tel Brazil Trac B.C. Tel Burns B.C. Forest B.C. Sugar CAE Ind Cdn Brew Chemcell Col cellulose Cal Power Coronation C.W.N. Gas Cdn Indust Canada S S Cdn Marconi Cdn Vlckers Chrysler Comlnco Cons Bathurst CPR Cons Gas Dlst Sea Dom Bridge Domtar Dom Textile Dom Stores Dome Pete Dofasco 11.00 .32 24.62V2 31.00 31.00 1.09 1.26 .26 15.62V2 6.50 16.25 .07 2.20 6.00 .60 1.90 3.30 1.20 l.OO .12 5.80 .lO'/a 7.00 21.12'/2 12.87'A 7.25 7.00 46.50 19.25 62.50 13.37'/2 19.50 20.00 4.50 �.87'/2 5.00 3.90 27.00 1.05 11.12V2 13.25 32.50 3.30 9.00 26,00 22.75 9.00 63.50 21.25 52.00 24.00 13.25 17.25 13.00 105.50 23.75 CAB 13.00 Fd of Amer 63.00 Gt Cdn Oil 6.00 Gen Motors 80.75 Gt Lakes Pap 16.00 Gulf Oil Cda 23.75 Greyhound 14.00 Hawker Sid 2.60 Huron, Erie 21.75 Hiram Walk 36.25 Imperial Oil 25.25 Imperial Tob 19.50 Int Nickel 35.87'/2 Int Pipe 27.87'/2 Inv Gp A 8.00 Int Utilities 36.87V2 Indust Accept 18.50 Laurentlde 8.37V2 Kelly Doug A 5.37V2 Loeb 4.00 Loblaw A 6.50 Metro Stores 41.00 Massey Ferg 10.25 McMillan Bloe 23.50 Moore Corp Molsons's A 37.00 18.50 Molsons B 18.12V2 North, Cent 15.75 Power Corp 5.50 Price Co 7.50 Rothmans 11.50 St Law Corp 19.00 Shell CDA 37.00 Slmpsn's 20.25 Simp Sears 24.50 Steel of Can 25.00 Selkirk A 15.50 Texaco 33.00 Traders Gp A 13.25 Trans Mtn Pp 23,50 Trans Can Pp 33.121/2 Union Gas 15.75 Union Oil 45.50 Versatile Mfg 4.55 Westeel 11.75 Union Car 17.75 Weston's B 17.25 Woodward's A 23.75 West Cdn Sd 4.55 Zenith Elec 1.65 BANKS Can Imperial 23.12V2 Montreal 15.75 Nova Scotia 26.12V2 Royal 27.00 Tor-Dom 25.62'/2 New York stocks Supplied by Richardson Securities of Canada Amr T and T 45.MV4 Mont Ward Anaconda 18.25 f"r* . ,, M . Beth Steel 22.50 �LTG% Chrysler 26.50 Texas Co. Comsat 73.00 Wincks Corp Dupont 141.00 Woolworfh Gen Motors 79.12V2 Westlnghouse El Gulf 32.25 U.S. Steel Int Harves 27.62'/2 TORONTO AVERAGES Kenn Copper 31.87V2 20 Indust 177.34 up .17 35.62'/; 20 Golds 169.27 off .32 88.621/2 10 Base M 93.40 up .27 78.75 15 West O 229.15 up 1.50 118.121/2 Volume 1,171,000 43.87V2NEW YORK AVERAGES 51.37V2 30 Indust 893.18 up 1.97 91.50 20 Ralls 217.30 up .30 30.87V2 15 Utll 118.70 up .22 65 Stocks 300.45 up .57 Volume 8,700,000 Aalborg: no need for fall sitting WASHINGTON (CP) - The United States can expect to find itself increasingly dependent on foreign energy supplies and acutely short of natural gas in futur; unless U.S. government policies and the American economic climate change significantly, the government was warned today. The projections were contained in a report prepared for Interior Secretary Rogers Morton by a subcommittee of the National Petroleum Council, an advising group from the U.S. oil industry. Imports of Canadian oil could be expected to more than double by 1985 and those of gas to increase slightly, but they would still hold a relatively small share of the future market. Most of the drastic increase in foreign supplies, particularly of oil, would have to come from beyond the Western Hemisphere. Subcommittee chairman John G. McLean, president of Continental Oil Co., emphasized that the 75-page report "is not a forecast' of what we think will probably happen in the future." Instead, he told Morton at a meeting here, it is a projection of what can be expected to happen if existing conditions don't change. The ^eport would be used by the petroleum council as a basis for drafting a range of proposed new government policies and economic conditions that could improve the U.S. energy picture in future. The powerful oil and gas industries in the U.S. have been pressing hard in recent years for higher prices and other changes in U.S. policy that would provide greater incentives for exploration and developing of supplies on the U.S mainland. They "have frequently stressed the security hazards of depending on foreign supplies. EXPECT USE TO DOUBLE Looking ahead to 1985, the subcommittee foresaw that, without major changes: 1. U.S. energy consumption would be about double that of 1970, but domestic supplies of all forms of energy would take care of only 70 per cent of consumption versus 88 per cent now. 2. Despite the expected addition of two million barrels of oil a day from the Alaska North Slope and 2.7 million barrels from new discoveries on the U.S. mainland, total U.S. oil production would actually drop slightly in 1985 to 11.1 million barrels a day from 11.3 million in 1970. 3. As a result, oil imports would have to increase more than four-fold to 14.8 million barrels a day by 1985-equal to 57 per cent of total U.S. supplies and 25 per cent of total U.S. energy consumption. 4. U.S. demand for natural gas would almost double, to 38.9 trillion cubic feet a year, but EDMONTON (CP) - Provincial Treasurer Anders Aalborg said Wednesday Alberta will not. need to increase income taxes as a result of federal tax reform legislation and therefore a fall session of the legislature is no longer considered mandatory. Mr. Aalborg said Alberta will receive as much under the proposed federal tax reforms 8s it would under the current legislation, which it will replace. Mr. Aalborg was commenting on reported complaints from other provinces that the proposed federal legislation would require compensatory provincial laws to adjust tax income. Prospects of a fall session of the Alberta legislature have been central' to speculation about the next provincial general election. The government has a mandate to May, 1972, although in previous Social Credit administrations elections have been called about every four years. The last election was in May, 1967. Mr. Aalborg said on his re- Dollar value MONTREAL (CP) - U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds unchanged at $1.02 9-32. Pound sterling up Va at $2.47 7-16. NEW YORK (CP) - Canadian dollar unchanged at 97% in terms of U.S. funds. Week ago 97%. Pound sterling up 9-64 at $2.41 59-64, turn from a two - day federal-provincial finance ministers' conference that federal legislation will be worded to enable provinces to delay passage of their own legislation by next year. The provincial treasurer said Premier Harry Strom would be advised of this. Mr. Strom had said earlier hie believed a fall session would be necessary to bring Alberta tax laws in line with federal reforms. Serving you with  INTEGRITY  STABILITY  EXPERIENCE For over 60 years We write all kinds of INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM-AUTO-and LIFE and can save you $$ MONEY $$ SEE US SOON- fOflSTER 4G�NCY A continuous family enterprise for over 60 years 706 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-2793 Compensation for Alcan MONTREAL (CP) - The government of Guyana and Alcan Aluminium Ltd. of Canada have reached an agreement on compensation as a result of the nationauzation of the De-merara Bauxite Co., an Alcan subsidiary. Under the terms of the ag.-e-ment, a joint statement said today the government will pay to Alcan "a sum of approximately $53.5 million (U.S'.) over a period of no more than 20 years." The interest will be six per* cent a year subject to withholding tax. The settlement on the question of compensation was reached during two days of meetings in Georgetown between Nathanael V. Davis, president of Alcan, and Prime Minister Forbes Burnham. The Guyanese government takes over operation of Demer-ara Bauxite at 7 a.m. Thursday, FAST ACTION The flycatcher-a bird found regularly in Canada-takes its insect diet on the wing. domestic supplies would drop to 13 trillion from the current 21.8 trillion cubic feet, and even with Alaskan gas and more Imports from Canada included, the available supplies would meet barely half the demand. Other fuels would have to make up the difference. SEE DOUBLED IMPORTS The report said imports of crude oil from Canada "are projected to more than double by 1985, reaching 1.9 million barrels a day," provided there are successful exploration efforts in the Canadian Arctic and the off-shore maritime areas as well as development of tar sanc's in Western Canada. "Since overland movements from Canada are restricted in the 'iort term by nmitations on Canadian crude produeibility and crude pipeline capacity, the bulk of supplementary supplies would have to be in the form of imports from overseas sources." sources." As for Canadian natural gas supplies for the U.S., the report projected a figure of 1.15 trillion cubic feet a year by 1975-up 38 per cent from 0.83 trillion in 1970-and said Canadian supplies would remain at that level until 1985. No specific explanation was offered for the unchanged level between 1975 and 1985. The report estimated that $21,000 million in capital would be needed between 1970 and 1985 to provide natural gas pipelines, land and sea transport of liquified natural gas, processing plants and other facilities. Of that total, it estimated nearly $5,000 million would be needed for pipelines from Alaska and Canada together. The figures were not broken down by area. 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