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Wed October 29, 2008
KY Natural Gas
By Angela Hatton
Murray, KY – The Public Service Commission is warning that Kentuckians will be paying substantially more for natural gas this winter. PSC Chairman David Armstrong says the average Kentucky customer will likely pay about 17 percent more this winter than last for natural gas. The PSC reports Kentucky's five major natural gas distribution companies expect the average wholesale cost this November to be up 24 percent. Heating systems in roughly 44 percent of Kentucky homes use natural gas.