Both the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission have determined that the price of natural gas, which increased last year, was not a result of market manipulation. FERC interviewed ?more than two dozen? traders, pipeline owners, storage field operators, and local distribution companies. The trading commission stated it ?included extensive review of documents and audio recordings? for both physical and financial trades. However, the report has not been made public. Prices reached $6.68\/MMcf on average at California?s Citygate point in March 2003, according to the Energy Information Administration. While the price declined to under $5\/MMcf during the summer, it rose again at the end of the year.