Here’s a bill that could be lower than last year

Here’s a bill that could be lower than last year

Updated October 24, 2023 at 3:10 p.m. ET

Cheaper heating bills are expected this winter for millions of Americans.

Abundant natural gas reserves and forecasts of a warmer-than-normal winter are prompting forecasters from Wall Street to Washington to demand that gas cost far less than last year, when big utility bills shattered household budgets, shocked business owners and helped spur inflation.

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