Across the globe, consumers are scrambling to maintain access to energy.
Despite the abnormally low level of gas sitting in storage, natural gas prices have barely moved. Shale gas drillers continue to add supply, which will likely allow the U.S. to avoid a supply crunch this coming winter.
Cold weather can disrupt energy production and transportation, cause unpredictable demand spikes, and bring geopolitical issues to the fore. Here's what to expect during this El Nino year.