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Over the last several years, energy markets have seen significant increases in price volatility that can have a major impact on a customers’ bottom line if not managed appropriately.

This volatility underscores the importance of actively managing and ensuring that your energy purchasing strategy is informed by up-to-date market news and analysis.

This volatility can increase during the winter months due to increased heating demand. During the winter, typically November through March, the United States uses more natural gas than it produces, forcing utilities to pull gas from storage inventories to meet demand. This increased demand also increases price volatility, making winter an even more critical time to have a purchasing strategy in place.

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