Kansas City Should Blame Vlad For Skyrocketing Natural Gas Bills?!?

Right now we share the latest corporate lesson in geopolitics that might or might not help keep warm amid our current winter of discontent.

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"Inflation and the Russia-Ukraine conflict are factors as well, but the impact of a winter storm in 2021 is the biggest component."

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Natural gas companies explain why heating bills are up

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Many Kansas Citians have noticed higher heating bills than in . To learn how customers can save money, the KSHB 41 I-Team spoke with Spire and Kansas Gas Service. "What we're hearing from customers is that under this inflationary environment is that any increase is impactful," said Scott Weitzel with Spire.

Spire customer hit with $680 gas bill: 'What can I do now?'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City man is faced with sticker shock after his gas bill jumps more than $200. "$400, I'm ready for that. Then I see the $600 and I'm like, what can I do now?" said Charles Peeler. Peeler owns a duplex on Kansas City's south side.

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