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Posted October 6, 2015Today in Energy

Household heating costs are expected to be lower than previous two winters ›

Most U.S. households can expect lower heating expenditures this winter (October through March) compared with the past two winters. In most regions, the decline in expenditures is attributed to the combination of warmer weather and lower fuel prices. More

Source: EIA, Short-Term Energy Outlook, October 2015


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WTI crude oil futures price

10/5/2015: $46.26/bbl

up$1.83 from week earlier
down$43.48 from year earlier

Natural gas futures price

10/5/2015: $2.450/mmBtu

down$0.113 from week earlier
down$1.589 from year earlier

Retail gasoline price

10/5/2015: $2.318/gal

down$0.004 from week earlier
down$0.981 from year earlier

Retail diesel price

10/5/2015: $2.492/gal

up$0.016 from week earlier
down$1.241 from year earlier

Weekly coal production

9/26/2015: 17.509 million tons

down0.294 million tons from week earlier
down2.802 million tons from year earlier


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