Markets Reporter | Houston, TX Leticia Gonzales joined the NGI staff as a markets contributor in October 2014. Prior to joining NGI, Leticia spent nine years at Platts, covering both daily and forwards markets for natural gas and electricity. During her time there, she was a regular on the speaking circuit as well on Platts Energy Week TV. Leticia holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Houston.
February natural gas forward prices enjoyed a wild ride between Jan. 12 and 18 as shifting weather sentiment, a surprise storage report and returning production left the benchmark Henry Hub down only a penny but Northeast markets down as much as 86 cents, according to NGI’s Forward Look. Read More
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Unrelenting cold and a record-by-a-long-shot natural gas storage withdrawal sent February gas prices up an average 46 cents from Jan. 5 to 11, with New England markets surging more than $2.00 and Northeast markets up more than $1.00 as bitter conditions are expected to remain in the region for at least another week, according to NGI’s Forward Look. Read More
For all the madness that consumed the spot natural gas market in the past few days and sent prices in New York to the highest level ever recorded, forward gas prices averaged more than 10 cents lower amid relief ahead from the biting temperatures starting mid-January, according to NGI Forward Look. Read More
With weather forecasters throwing out words like “arctic blasts” and “sub-freezing conditions”, natural gas traders finally took notice of the cold weather that has blanketed the United States since Christmas and is expected to last through at least the first week of January. February natural gas forward prices rose an average 35 cents from Dec. 22 to 28, while March shot up an average 29 cents, according to NGI’s Forward Look. Read More
Natural gas forward prices rose an average 7 cents from Dec. 15 to 21, as northeastern United States pricing locations posted substantial gains on cold weather forecasts while the rest of the country seesawed throughout the week only to end up nearly unchanged, according to NGI’s Forward Look. Read More
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