Oklahomans are being asked to take steps to conserve energy during the winter storm due to high demand in the region, according to state leaders.
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The request has been echoed by Oklahoma Natural Gas.
"Due to the extended duration of historically low temperatures, we are seeing much higher natural gas use and natural gas prices have gone up," said Kent Shortridge, vice president of operations for Oklahoma Natural Gas. "While we do not markup the price of natural gas, these events will have an impact on customer bills. At this time, we can’t quantify what the impact will be."