Today, analysts Brendan Byrnes and Austin Smith discuss the impact of higher natural gas prices. The prices hit highs in 2012 because of the heat ravaging the country, finally reducing the natural gas supply. Investors should watch whether companies switch away from natural gas with the higher prices, but the industry still looks attractive as a long-term option.
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