As the nation continues to dig out of the economic downturn of the pandemic, businesses are using more natural gas for their operations and producers are scrambling to meet that demand. It’s a formula for higher prices, and that’s what residential customers of National Grid will see this heating season.

“Because we’re using more energy now, we’re using more natural gas for a range of uses throughout the U.S.,” said Richard Meyer, vice president of Energy Markets, Analysis, and Standards at the American Gas Association. AGA represents more than 200 local energy companies that deliver natural gas throughout the United States.

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