natural gas production is generally constant because there are large companies who are always doing all they can to produce as much usable natural gas as possible at any given point. What cold weather does do its drive up the demands for natural gas. Since, the supply is relatively constant, and demand goes up during colder times of the year, prices for natural gases generally go up during cold seasons, but usually not the actual amount of gas produced.
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