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April 12, 2009 - Robert "Bubba" Kapral
A RECENT Associated Press story noted that natural gas prices across the country are likely to be substantially lower next winter. That notion is supported by the combination of a weak economy and a glut in gas supply. Natural gas prices have fallen some 75 percent. Unfortunately, that drop isn't totally reflected on our current bills. Industry officials, however, said it should mean a significant drop in heating bills next winter. For some reason, I don't buy into that mode of thinking. I'm sure by next winter the natural gas industry will have manufactured some reason why rates aren't as low as earlier predicted.
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