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NJ utilities slashing winter gas bills

It will cost even less to heat your home this winter. Public Service Electric & Gas has announced that its residential gas supply customers will see an average decrease of 31 percent on their bills, and New Jersey Natural Gas customers will see a 9.3 percent decrease over the next year.

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(Konstantin Gushcha, ThinkStock)
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We’re Paying More To Stay Warm This Winter [AUDIO]

To no one's surprise, we are all paying more to stay warm this winter, according to a recent report.

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Rowan Castle, Getty Images
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Ecological Advocates Fight Gas Facility [AUDIO]

Another proposal for a liquefied natural gas facility off the Jersey Shore has coastal ecology advocates up in arms.

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A New Jersey Natural Gas truck refuels. (Townsquare Media NJ)
A New Jersey Natural Gas truck refuels. (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Repressurization of Barrier Island Begins Monday

New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) has released a two-week plan to re-gas sections of the Barrier Island from Mantoloking to South Seaside Park beginning Monday, December 3. 

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North Light Images, Getty Images
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Natural Gas Costs Going Down

Many New Jersey residents will be spending less to stay warm this winter.

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Could Your Electric Bills Drop Next Summer? [AUDIO]

Your electric bill might be lower next summer as Governor Christie announces recent federal approval of three new natural gas plants in the state.

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Cheap, Abundant Natural Gas Spurring The Economy

The domestic natural gas industry is growing by leaps and bounds.  Now, Wall Street is starting to predict a U.S. manufacturing surge spurred by cheaper natural gas.

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Flickr user WabbyTwaxx
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Key Permits Approved For NY-NJ Gas Pipeline

New Jersey environmental officials have approved key permits for the building of a proposed natural gas pipeline that will go across portions of north Jersey and New York City.

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Natural Gas Still a Cheap Energy Source [AUDIO]

Natural gas as an energy commodity continues to get cheaper, for two main reasons.

One reason is the declining economy slowed industrial demand for natural gas, putting downward pressures on prices

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