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(CNBC)   Natural Gas plummets most in three years on news I can finally afford to heat my house   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Natural gas, Heat, Energy, Temperature, natural gas futures, British thermal unit, Petroleum, Henry Hub  
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535 clicks; posted to Business » on 30 Nov 2021 at 12:25 PM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-11-30 12:36:38 PM  
That's good, for a second there I was planning to invest in trashcan bonfire futures
2021-11-30 12:44:20 PM  
Still about $1 per M BTU above where it should be at this time of year.  Lots more space for it fall to get back to "normal".

Still cheaper now than it was in 'naughts.  But not as inexpensive as it was in the '90s.
2021-11-30 1:05:08 PM  
Not like I have any choice but to buy it regardless of the cost.
Pay for gas or freeze to death, pay for gas or freeze to death.
2021-11-30 1:17:08 PM  
Oh, you own a house Richmitter? I suppose you take vacations to the moon too.
2021-11-30 1:57:30 PM  
ahhhh...what's good for the consumer is bad for shareholders.

lol..screw sheareholders
2021-11-30 2:03:49 PM  
"Natural gas has been a volatile trade this year, and the sharp recent declines follow a period of enormous strength. screwing customers with largely inflated prices. The contract posted a monthly gain from April through September, with prices  inflated on surging onspeculation and profiteering 34% in September alone."
2021-11-30 3:42:40 PM  
Meh... talk to me when it gets back to $3.00 and the SEC does something about Dook NRG's price fixing.
BBH [TotalFark]
2021-11-30 6:54:37 PM  
Like they are going to pass that low cost to the consumers. This is an opportunity to raise more revenue.
2021-11-30 9:30:57 PM  
Whatevs. Still got a $16.26 monthly "Texas Tax" on my bill for the next few years.
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