Higher natural gas prices due to the cold snap are not helping the pipeline owners but they are impacting E&P players, says Skip Aylesworth, Portfolio Manager of the Hennessy Gas Utility Index Fund. Once the cold weather passes, the focus will return to the tremendous supply of natural gas being produced in America and those companies distributing it. Aylesworth says Berkshire Hathaway will be one of the big winners as the country begins switching to natural gas for the transportation industry.

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