Kansas Gas Service now is expecting 17 percent average savings from last winter, rather than 10 percent, for its customers. The average December-through-March bills last winter for a household totaled $515, so this winter’s bills could be more than $85 lower.
Kansas Gas Service now is expecting 17 percent average savings from last winter, rather than 10 percent, for its customers. The average December-through-March bills last winter for a household totaled $515, so this winter’s bills could be more than $85 lower. File photo
Kansas Gas Service now is expecting 17 percent average savings from last winter, rather than 10 percent, for its customers. The average December-through-March bills last winter for a household totaled $515, so this winter’s bills could be more than $85 lower. File photo

Warm weather sends natural gas prices tumbling

December 15, 2015 05:32 PM