According to the Energy Information Aministration: “Despite expectations of a milder winter for 2014, marketers anticipate high prices for natural gas in Boston and New York City. Natural gas prices are expected to be lower than last winter, but higher than the average of previous winters, particularly in Boston…”
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A new brief from Utility Dive also discusses this: “Electric utilities in New England and other parts of the Northeast could see higher power prices this winter as natural gas pipeline constraints struggle to fuel the region’s generation. In Boston…”
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