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Pipelines get spotlight as natural gas prices rise

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Lawmakers and the Obama administration are turning their focus to energy infrastructure constraints in the wake of a cold snap that has caused natural gas futures prices to rise to levels last seen in 2008. Natural gas futures closed at $6.149 per thousand cubic feet last week, up from $3.279 at the same time the previous year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The spike...

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