A natural gas chart shows the price of natural gas stocks over time. The charts may be static or dynamic, depending on the company and the purpose. Most natural gas charts use a candlestick format, with the price on the Y axis and the date or time on the X axis. Each individual candlestick shows the
The Georgia Public Service Commission's website produces monthly charts that detail companies and their rates for natural gas. Monthly charts are available as far back as 2002.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration catalogues and charts historical gas prices dating back to 1993. This information is available from the EIA's website. Users can view the information directly on the EIA site or download the data for manipulation and analysis in sprea
Georgia Natural Gas accepts payments in the form of checks or money orders, payments by phone, online bill pay, and automatic bank drafts. Additionally, customers can make payments through Wal-Mart stores, K-Mart stores and Western Union payment stations.
The average price for natural gas fluctuates quite a bit from state to state, with the states on the East Coast normally paying quite a bit more than most others. In general, states that either produce large quantities of natural gas or are served by major gas pipelines, such as Utah, Alaska, Colora
Natural gas is priced in accordance with the market supply and demand factors. The three most important factors that affect the price include the amount of gas being purchased, the transportation cost and the amount of processing required to prepare the gas according to the buyer’s needs.
Some gas providers in Georgia include Gas South, FireSide Natural Gas Company, Georgia Natural Gas and True Natural Gas. All four providers offer both commercial and residential gas services.
A propane gas price chart is available on the Petroleum and Other Liquids section of EIA.gov, as of 2015. The chart includes prices of residential and wholesale propane for the last five reported weeks and a link to view historical price data.
The current market price of natural gas can be found on Nasdaq.com. The website provides a graph showing prices changes for a time frame of three months. As of October 19, 2015, the end of day price quote for natural gas is 2.442.
The primary driver of natural gas prices is a spike in demand when available supplies are low. For instance, natural gas use peaks over the winter due to its use as a heating fuel. Weather and refining capacity problems can also lead to short-term increases in natural gas prices.