Natural Gas Futures Fall Again as Milder Temps Weaken Spot Market

Natural gas futures slipped for the second straight day Tuesday as strong production numbers continue to suggest plentiful supply heading into injection season. In the spot market, milder weather for the second half of the week helped sink prices across most of the Midwest and Northeast Tuesday, while Southern California points continued higher; the NGI National Spot Gas Average dropped 17 cents to $2.68. Read More

Cold Weather, Surging Production Keep Natural Gas Futures Near Even; Midwest Cash Falls

Supportive April cold trends helped front month natural gas futures rally to near even Monday as strong production remains a bearish influence on the market. Spot prices fell across the middle of the country as national demand looks to drop off through the week, while SoCal Citygate led a host of gainers in the West; the NGI National Spot Gas Average fell 3 cents to $2.85/MMBtu. Read More

Natural Gas Futures Climb as April Weather Still Seen Supportive; Mid-Atlantic Cash Rises

Forecasts for yet more April cold helped natural gas futures tick higher Friday as surging production was seen limiting upside heading into the shoulder season. In the spot market, prices in the Mid-Atlantic rose ahead of a cold front expected to sweep through over the weekend as points in the West retreated; the NGI National Spot Gas Average slipped 4 cents to $2.88/MMBtu.

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