A significant excess of gas in storage caused a decrease in natural gas prices

Yesterday’s natural gas price decrease of -0.07% to 146.8 was somewhat expected given the market’s ongoing struggles with a substantial surplus. However, expectations of milder weather for the coming week meant that demand for the commodity would likely increase, so the downside was limited. Prices were also somewhat supported by increased gas flow to LNG…

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Natural gas prices rose on increased demand forecasts over the next two weeks

Natural gas prices increased by 1.45%, finishing at 146.5, on higher demand expectations for the next two weeks. This increase in demand comes against a backdrop of reduced output, with some energy companies reducing drilling activity and delaying well completions, resulting in a 3% decline in output over the last month. In addition to supply-side…

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Natural Gas Dropped With Growing, Near-Record Production

Natural gas saw pressure from below, ultimately settling at 133.6, down -1.11% from the previous week’s close amid record output and a lower-than-anticipated storage depletion. Warmer-than-normal weather that reduced demand for heating caused U.S. utilities to withdraw 49 billion cubic feet of natural gas from storage during the week ending February 9, 2024, falling short…

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