The use of hydraulic fracturing has unlocked previously inaccessible natural gas resources, which significantly lowered the cost of supplies. The U.S. Energy Information Administration has estimated there are around 2.867 Tcf of technically recoverable resources of dry gas in the United States.
Questions about Natural Gas Prices
- How are natural gas prices quoted?
- Does fracking lower natural gas prices?
- How low can natural gas prices go?
- Are natural gas prices regulated?
- How do you compare natural gas prices?
- What is a good price for natural gas?
- Why is the Henry Hub important in relation to natural gas prices?
- What is the natural gas price forecast?
- What is the unit for natural gas price?
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