Natural Gas Prices Rise in Northeast as Temperatures Drop

From Energywire:
Natural gas prices in the Northeast shot up for the second week running as a severe cold snap continued to make its way though the region.
In a weekly energy update, the Energy Information Administration reported that gas prices at Algonquin Citygate, for delivery into Boston, and at Transco Zone 6, for New York, increased from $8.98 per million British thermal units and $5.92 per MMBtu, respectively, on Jan. 16 to $31.32 per MMBtu and $35.33 per MMBtu a week later.
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