Again, no problem! Maybe you don't understand the way that options work. I can lock in any pricing for any amount for most any time period. The only problems is, just like with pellets, if the price goes way down I am stuck paying the price I opted for (just like the pellets in your garage). Maybe the question is meant to mean "can you store enough gas in a tank at your home to heat your house for the winter"....well, the answer to that is obvious - just like electricity (which runs a pellet stove) and gasoline and just about everything else, you cannot. But if the question concerns whether I have ANY worry that my nat gas will be shut off....well, that percentage is somewhere about the same as my house burning down or them stealing your pellets. Remember that pellets basically stopped selling (stoves and fuel) in the last decade other than right after the Katrina scare and then again very recently. It's silly to act like people are burning them (90% of people, anyway) for anything other than the price....or fear. That is the single reason for the surge in demand. One year ago, the largest pellet stove producer went belly up because they could not give their stoves away.