A cold winter could burn gasoline dealers
Luckily for utilities monitoring natural gas prices for the coming winter, Farmer’s Almanac predictions are about as accurate as a draw. Unfortunately, the official remote temperature forecasts are only slightly better.
While the Almanac warns of a very cold winter, government forecasts point to a slight El Niño trend in the Pacific that reduces the risk of a cold winter in North America in parts of the country. heavily dependent on heating oil. This is more than usual this year, because despite an endless decade, there is little room for error in the coming months.