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Press File Photo Gas exchangers wait to be installed at the Whiting Oil and Gas Corp. gas processing plant Aug. 31. The gas exchangers will cool off gas vapors and change them into liquid for use. The plant in Belfield is part of North Dakota's natural gas industry, helping the state to see the lowest average price for three years.

Future of natural gas is now: ND averages lowest natural gas prices for last 3 years

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Turning on the lights shouldn't cause money issues for North Dakotans. The state has averaged the lowest cost for natural gas in the nation over the last three years, passing the savings onto consumers, the North Dakota Public Service Commission announced Thursday.

North Dakota priced out at $8.05 per million cubic feet last year, 2 cents more than Colorado, according to a press release. The Peace Garden State sold natural gas for $8.46 in 2009 and $8.08 in 2010.

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