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Fresh air

6 Jul 2020 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The Sage of Omaha’s energy unit is paying $4 bln plus debt for most of the U.S. utility firm’s pipelines for the fossil fuel. Natural gas prices have slumped thanks to virus-induced lockdowns. But the fuel’s future is more stable than oil’s, and Buffett has drilled a good price.

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