Tenn Zone 5 200L Northeast Natural Gas Prices

Published: Mar 1, 2018
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Tenn Zone 5 200L Description

Includes transactions on the Line 200 portion of Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s Zone 5, starting with the Clymer (#224) Compressor Station in Southwest NY to the NY/MA border. Also includes all points along the Niagara spur, except for the Niagara interconnect with TransCanada PipeLine, since those deals are part of a separate Niagara index.

April NatGas Slides as Another Cold Stretch Proves No Match for Near-Record Production

Natural gas futures started Monday on a soft note and continued to deteriorate throughout the day as cold weather blasts on tap for the remainder of March and into April couldn’t compete with near-record production. The Nymex April contract settled 3.7 cents lower at $2.651. Spot gas, meanwhile, was mixed but mostly higher as a cold snap is currently making its way across the country. The NGI National Spot Gas Average fell 9 cents to $2.56.

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Natural Gas Futures Trade in Tight Range as Forecast Mixed

Natural gas futures inched higher Friday after selling off by more than a dime over the previous two sessions, as a mixed late-winter outlook failed to spark any upward momentum. In the spot market, weekend deals traded lower across most regions amid declining Lower 48 demand, although a few points in New England and California bucked the trend; the NGI National Spot Gas Average declined a nickel to $2.65/MMBtu. Read More

Bearish Storage Miss Sees Natural Gas Futures Continue Slide; Cash Mixed

Natural gas futures fell a nickel Thursday following an Energy Information Administration storage report that missed to the bearish side... Read More

Natural Gas Futures Drop as EIA Storage Stats a Slightly Bearish Miss

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported a weekly storage withdrawal that missed... Read More

Natural Gas Futures Hang Onto Monday’s Rally as Weather Still Seen Supportive; SoCal Spikes

Natural gas futures traded both sides of even Tuesday but ultimately held on to Monday’s gains as weather models continued to advertise cold temperatures in the East this week and next. In the spot market, more import constraints sent SoCal Citygate prices spiking, while Northeast and Mid-Atlantic points gained on the latest storm to hit the region this month; the NGI National Spot Gas Average climbed 7 cents to $2.75/MMBtu.

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Lingering March Cold Boosts Natural Gas Futures; Another Storm Drives Up East Coast Cash

Natural gas futures added close to a nickel Monday as medium-range forecasts turned notably colder over the weekend -- and winter looked to hold on a while longer. In the spot market, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic prices strengthened on yet another East Coast storm, and the NGI National Spot Gas Average climbed 19 cents to $2.68/MMBtu. Read More

‘Last Hurrah’ For Winter? East Coast Storms Help Lift Weekly NatGas Spot Prices

Shoulder season may be just around the corner, but a couple winter storms crashing into the populated East Coast during the week proved enough to lift weekly natural gas spot prices. The NGI Weekly Spot Gas Average gained 13 cents to $2.56/MMBtu. Read More

Natural Gas Bulls Fail to Build on Midweek Momentum; More Winter in Store for East Coast

Natural gas futures lost steam Friday after a promising start to the week, as a relatively light storage pull combined with medium-range warming trends to weigh on prices. Expectations for Lower 48 demand to moderate over the weekend accompanied widespread spot price declines, while points in the Mid-Atlantic gained on forecasts for another winter storm; the NGI National Spot Gas Average fell 5 cents to $2.49. Read More

NatGas Futures Down as EIA Storage Bearish Versus Five-Year; Cash Down Too as Nor’easter Seen Weakening

Natural gas futures sold off a few cents on Thursday as the Energy Information Administration reported a weekly storage withdrawal... Read More

Natural Gas Futures Add 4.5 Cents as Winter Looks to Stick Around; East Coast Cash Gains

Natural gas futures gained close to a nickel Tuesday as guidance showed winter sticking around at least through the first half of March, with the potential for cold risks to form later in the month. Read More