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Price of natural gas drops; heating oil rises

On Monday morning, Thomas Doody of East Bayberry Rd. in Glenmont, talks about how he has replaced his heating system and water heater with energy efficient units over the summer, which have given the family a cost savings by installing.
Executives from National Grid, held a press conference at his home to speak about an annual forecast of estimated winter heating season costs for natural gas customers.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
On Monday morning, Thomas Doody of East Bayberry Rd. in Glenmont, talks about how he has replaced his heating system and water heater with energy efficient units over the summer, which have given the family a cost savings by installing. Executives from National Grid, held a press conference at his home to speak about an annual forecast of estimated winter heating season costs for natural gas customers.
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Energy experts are forecasting that heating with natural gas will cost less this winter than last, while heating with oil will be more expensive initially, then drop as 2013 begins. William Flaherty, National Grid’s director of customer and community management, predicted on Monday that natural gas customers will see a 3 percent decrease in their heating bills during the five chilliest months of the year — November through March. For a typical household, that translates ...


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