Mild winter hits Northeast marketers

Abcede, Angel
June 1995
National Petroleum News;Jun95, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on a seminar called `Ten Ways to Bounce Back from a Mild Winter' at the Atlantic Region Energy Expo `95 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Recouping of losses by companies through diversification; Pinpointing of methods to produce new revenue streams and cost cuts; Getting more out of current customers.


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