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A long period of low oil prices has saved motorists money at the pump, but languishing crude prices could drive up heating bills. That is because the natural-gas supply is closely connected to oil drilling. Low crude prices have led U.S. oil producers to idle more than a thousand rigs over the past two years, resulting in a big decline in so-called associated gas, a byproduct of oil drilling, as reported by Wall Street Journal.

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