Is NRGY losing its customers from other fuel alternatives?
Many of us living rural cannot connect to natgas and may never be able to, regardless of how cheap and plentiful it is. So, the only logical, and economic choices are propane and electricity for powering our lives.
This past winter was abnormal. I can't see that continuing and propane demand will be up again.
Also, NRGY is not ONLY about propane. I also own units of FGP...that is basically only a propane story. They are going down the same path as NRGY, but in a year or two things will pick up and heaters will be firing again on cold winter days