What's Bottling Up Natural Gas

Supplies dwindle as a "normal winter" arrives

For years, the energy industry has been saying that clean-burning natural gas is the fuel of the future. Lately that flame has gotten too hot for its own good as problems have piled up. In mid-November, natural gas prices hit an all-time high of $6.50 per thousand cubic feet. That's nearly triple what gas was selling for at this time last year--and it is likely to get worse.

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