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Natural gas prices may cool off this year

Kathleen Sullivan of Niskayuna Road in Niskayuna stands Tuesday with her old oil furnace at left and a more energy efficient gas furnace on the right.
Kathleen Sullivan of Niskayuna Road in Niskayuna stands Tuesday with her old oil furnace at left and a more energy efficient gas furnace on the right.
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National Grid representatives are predicting a decrease in this winter’s heating costs for upstate New York customers, based on current market rates of natural gas. Consumers can expect up to an 8 percent reduction in their heating bill for New York’s five coldest months, said National Grid Director of Customer and Community Management Bill Flaherty at Tuesday’s press conference in Niskayuna. According to National Grid, the cost of a typical household’s natural gas usage from ...


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