Lower winter heating bills this season?
Lower natural gas prices, along with a winter that’s not expected to be as harsh as last year's, should mean lower heating bills for Washington Gas customers this winter, the Washington Business Journal reports.
Washington Gas says customers could see bills as much as 10 percent lower than last winter's. It is basing its forecast on gas commodity prices and reduced demand, but says that if the winter is another cold one, demand will affect prices.
Read more about why customers of Washington Gas may have lower bills this winter in the Washington Business Journal.
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