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EIA Projecting Lower Household Heating Bills This Winter for Natural Gas, Other Fuels

EIA Projecting Lower Household Heating Bills This Winter for Natural Gas, Other Fuels

The natural gas supply glut in the United States may have sunk commodity prices and put the squeeze on producers, but it’s likely to continue to benefit consumer pocketbooks this winter, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

October 8, 2019

Carrizo Resumes Operations at Pennsylvania Well That Malfunctioned

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has given Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc. permission to resume hydraulic fracturing (fracking) operations at a natural gas well in Wyoming County that malfunctioned last month.

April 9, 2013

Williams Exec: ‘Crackers or Bust’ as Ethane Production Booms

While the debate rages over whether exporting liquefied U.S. natural gas is a good idea, stocks of natural gas liquids (NGL) are so abundant, export of some is viewed as a necessity. And in the United States, more chemical sector demand can’t come fast enough.

March 25, 2013

‘Epa-Dimock’ Over? Testing Finds No Contamination from Drilling

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said Thursday initial test results of water samples taken from 11 households in Dimock Township, PA, do not indicate any levels of contamination from natural gas drilling.

March 19, 2012

EIA Says Hike in Winter Gas Bills to Be Smaller Than Initially Expected

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) in November has revised downward its projection on rising winter heating costs. Bills for households fueled by natural gas are now expected to rise 41% ($306 more per household) rather than the 48% hike ($350 more per household) EIA predicted in October.

November 9, 2005

Clinton Releases More LIHEAP Funds to States

President Clinton has ordered the release of an additional $300million in funds to help low-income households cope with risingheating bills this winter, and announced four steps to tackle theenergy shortages and high prices in California, Washington andOregon.

January 8, 2001

Clinton Sends States More LIHEAP Funds

President Clinton over the weekend ordered the release of anadditional $300 million in funds to help low-income households tocope with rising heating bills this winter, and announced foursteps to tackle the energy shortages and high prices in California,Washington and Oregon.

January 3, 2001

EIA Sees 40% Hike in Gas Bills

Natural gas bills for residential households this winter couldbe as much as 40% higher than the last winter heating season, withthe Midwest likely to feel the pinch the most, according to amarket overview presented by the Energy Information Administration(EIA) recently.

September 25, 2000

EIA Sees 40% Higher Gas Bills This Winter

Natural gas bills for residential households this winter couldbe as much as 40% higher than last heating season, with the Midwestlikely to feel the pinch the most, according to a market overviewpresented by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) last week.

September 19, 2000

AGA Sees Choice Spreading Fast, Others are not so Sure

The American Gas Association said yesterday 30% of the U.S.households with gas service, or 17 million homes, have or soon willhave the opportunity to purchase their natural gas from a supplierother than their local gas utility.

May 8, 1998