If you want to know why CFOs and treasurers at U.S. companies are

exasperated by Financial Accounting Standard 133, ask James R. Hatfield. As CFO of OGE Energy, Hatfield needs to manage the "frac spread," or the price

difference per million British thermal units between natural gas and the more expensive natural gas liquids (NGLs) that the natural gas contains.

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