keep in mind psmith with regard to ng, there are two main seasons for electricity usage (summer-air conditioning usage, winter- heating usage), and 2 so call (shoulder) or off peak seasons. The hotter the summer, the more ac used, and usually the higher the ng price rises. The colder the winter, the more heating used, and again the higher the ng prices go. In between are the shoulder seasons like we coming up to in the spring,and  that is usually where we see the bear take over for a little bit.