• How Natural Gas Prices Impact Ohio’s Economy
  • May 18, 2017 | Author: Jeffrey R. Huntsberger
  • Law Firm: McDonald Hopkins LLC - Cleveland Office
  • It wasn’t that long ago that Ohio’s economy was threatened by high natural gas prices. Manufacturers and homeowners alike suffered under gas prices as high as $13 per mcf as recently as 2008. In comparison, over the past 12 months U.S. natural gas prices have ranged between $2 and $4 per mcf. And given the fact that midstream pipelines have not yet caught up with Ohio production, the price received by Ohio producers is even less.