Articles by Leticia Gonzales

Storage Shortage, Growing Demand Put Pressure on June Natural Gas

Natural gas forward prices for June rose an average 6 cents from May 11 to 17 as weather forecasts for the second half of May leaned toward more widespread warmth, with weak pricing likely to incentivize more power demand. Meanwhile, a storage report that confirmed the market’s concerns about current deficits weighed on forward prices through the summer, according to NGI’s Forward Look. Read More

Williams’ Shift to Rich Gas Areas to Drive Volume Growth through 2019

The Williams management team sees increased producer activity in wetter natural gas plays like the Eagle Ford Shale of Texas and the Wamsutter field and portions of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming driving volume growth for the remainder of the year and into 2019, and CEO Alan Armstrong is hinting at several projects set for announcement later this month. Read More