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Physical natural gas prices nationally for weekend and Monday delivery were a sea of red ink on Friday as traders studied weather forecasts calling for colder Canadian air to mostly stay north of the border. The only points that recorded gains Friday were the Algonquin Citygate and those tied to the Marcellus Shale, which often times follow their own set of fundamentals due to the region's complex lineup of supply glut and capacity constraints. Read More
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U.S. natural gas production should peak in May or June, but summer output is going to be higher than it was a year ago, analysts with Genscape Inc. said Wednesday.
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