Winter Energy Costs May Make You Scream

Time to pull out and dust off your electricity and natural gas supply contracts to find out if you are exposed to a variable market rate. Why? Because if you are on a market rate this winter, you will be in store for a major case of sticker shock for your business and home.

Natural gas and electricity prices for delivery this winter have increased dramatically moving up by more than 35% since early November. Natural gas futures for January delivery have not been this high since 2014 and are bouncing between $4.40 and $4.80 per dekatherm (dth).

To learn more and what you should do, read this update from OMA’s Energy Guide. 12/8/2018