Natural Gas Futures Bulls Ride Cash Strength to Rally Market

Don’t call it a comeback, but natural gas futures bulls reasserted themselves Tuesday, seizing on strong cash prices and signs of continued weather-driven demand to rally a market in need of a mild shoulder season to refill depleted stockpiles. Spot prices surged in the Mid-Atlantic as West Texas cash basis weakened; the NGI National Spot Gas Average added 3 cents to $2.75/MMBtu. Read More

Florence Impact Felt in Flooding, but Natural Gas Mostly Spared; Futures, Cash Gain

Both natural gas futures and physical markets bounced back Monday after posting discounts heading into the weekend, with prices getting a boost from lingering September heat and demand impacts from former Hurricane Florence that proved less extensive than previously predicted. The NGI National Spot Gas Average picked up 18 cents on the day to $2.72/MMBtu. Read More