Gas prices in the United States have risen steadily since the start of the year, as the economy recovers and supply-chain issues are resolved.
But the average price for natural gas continues to decline.
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Natural gas companies have been fighting for a better price for the past year, and they’re still trying to get their deal done.
On Wednesday, a federal judge rejected the government’s bid to block the company’s bid for a new, lower price.
The decision is not a final ruling on the case, but it is a setback for the industry.
Natural Gas Grill, the company that filed the bid for the lower price, is appealing.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ruled in March that Natural Gas had a legal obligation to negotiate a new price.
At the time, the government said that it would take no action on the bid unless it received an assurance that a new lower price was coming.
On Thursday, the commission said it would consider a lower bid but would not enforce it.
A judge in the state of New York, where Natural Gas operates, has already ordered the company to take legal action to try to block Natural Gas’s bid.
In December, Natural Gas filed a lawsuit in federal court to try and block the bid.
A preliminary injunction, however, was thrown out by the court in June.
Natural’s lawsuit against the government, however was later amended to include the federal lawsuit.
It is expected that the appeal of the lower bid will be heard by the U.S. District Court in New York.