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2021 Oct World Oil

EIA expects U.S. natural gas prices to stay high through the winter

WASHINGTON - In its October Short-Term Energy Outlook, the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts that natural gas spot prices at the U.S. benchmark Henry Hub will average $5.67 per million British thermal units (MMBtu) between October and March, the highest winter price since 2007–2008.

2021 Oct Toronto Star

It’s going to cost a lot more to heat your home this winter — and it didn’t have to be this way

When you open your January home-heating bill and reach for the smelling salts, don’t blame the Alberta natural gas producers who supply Central Canada. Simply put, there isn’t enough natural gas worldwide to match the surge in demand from the unprecedented reboot of the global economy, and to keep our homes warm this winter.

2021 Oct CBC

Brace yourself — gas prices are hitting records as global energy crisis arrives in Canada

An acute energy crisis is making its presence felt in North America as consumers are finally starting to feel the pinch of much higher prices to fill up their cars and heat their homes. The average retail price of gasoline in Canada hit $1.45 a litre on Wednesday, according to data compiled by retail analytics firm Kalibrate.

2021 Oct Financial Post

Europe’s Energy Crisis Is Coming for the Rest of the World, Too

This winter, the world will be fighting over something that’s invisible, yet rarely so vital—and in alarmingly shorter supply. Nations are more reliant than ever on natural gas to heat homes and power industries amid efforts to quit coal and increase the use of cleaner energy sources.

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