Jinjoo Lee of The Wall Street Journal explains why natural gas prices may be especially volatile this year.
- A lack of new infrastructure, including pipelines, could hamper the supply of natural gas.
- A readily available supply of coal, which is used as a backup energy generator when natural gas supplies are low, is also shrinking which could increase costs for consumers.
- By reducing regulations for critical infrastructure like pipelines, lawmakers can clear the way for the private sector to provide affordable energy to consumers.
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