It might seem like now is the worst time to get into the nat gas business, but that's not the case for newly public Spectra Energy. Do they know something we don't? CNBC’s Erin Burnett asked Paul Anderson, the company’s chairman.
Erin Burnett– How much has the weather hurt you?
Paul Anderson - Well, actually we are somewhat independent of the weather because our business is based on service, not the production and sale of natural gas. We store natural gas. We process it. We gather it. We distribute it - but we don’t actually produce it.
Erin Burnett – But if the weather is warm and people are demanding less you transport less and distribute less, don’t you?