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Heating Fuel Up 27% for Customers this Winter

The outlook for residential bills during the upcoming months of November through March – the winter heating season – is up from the past two winters that featured unseasonably warm temperatures and historically low natural gas commodity prices.

National Fuel, in its annual winter forecast, predicts that customers should expect to pay on average nearly 27% more than last winter when a typical customer paid $464 for the five-month heating season. Assuming this year’s winter sees normal average temperatures, a typical residential customer should expect to pay about $588. An increase was in the making after customers saw the lowest natural gas bills in nearly 20 years in the past two winters thanks to a fortunate combination of mild winter weather and rock-bottom natural gas prices. 

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