Amid frigid weather, region suffering propane drought




The United States Energy Information Administration reports that the price of propane, the primary heating fuel for nearly 70,000 New Hampshire homes, has risen 31 cents from $3.17 a gallon to $3.48 over the past five weeks. The primary reason for the increase is a propane shortage caused by fierce winter weather that has hampered the fuel's delivery to New England.
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