In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
Compressed natural gas for home heating?
Conventional wisdom seems to be that compressed natural gas (CNG) is not used as a heating fuel because it's more expensive than propane. Given the trends in crude oil and natural gas prices of late, I wonder whether that situation is changing.
What insight can you informed Wallies shed on the possibility of CNG becoming available for home heating in areas of the country where natural gas utilities don't exist? It would appear to be win-win on multiple fronts, using some of the surplus, domestically produced natural gas as well as cutting oil imports for No. 2 and propane.
Thanks in advance for your comments.