Transco Zone 5 Southeast Natural Gas Prices

Daily Change
-0.02
-0.70%
Month/Month Change
-0.18
-6.00%
Year/Year Change
-0.39
-12.10%
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Transco Zone 5 Description

Incorporates transactions into Transco’s Zone 5. Zone 5 begins at the South Carolina/Georgia border, and ends at the Maryland/Virginia border just northeast of Station 185. Our index includes deals into the North Carolina lateral that merges with the mainline at Station 165 in Pittsylvania County, VA, as well as transactions designated as WGL and Non-WGL by the IntercontinentalExchange (ICE). However, our index does not include deliveries from Cove Point LNG.
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Natural Gas Futures Rally on Tight EIA Print; Heat Drives SoCal Spot Blowout

Not quite a wake-up call, but government storage data showed an injection well below expectations Thursday, shaking up the... Read More
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EIA’s Big Bullish Storage Miss Shakes Up Natural Gas Market Lulled by Production

A bullish surprise from the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) weekly natural gas inventory report served... Read More

Cooler Weather Helps Drag Down Natural Gas Futures as Production Keeping Bears in Control

Natural gas futures continued their recent slide Tuesday as strong production and cooler weather trends conspired to help drag down prices. In the spot market, more volatility in Southern California and retreating prices in the Northeast headlined a day of generally small adjustments; the NGI National Spot Gas Average gave back a penny to finish at $2.74/MMBtu. Read More
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NGI's Full Coverage of the 2018 World Gas Conference

Don't miss out on what went down at WGC 2018. Read all of NGI's Thought Leader's coverage of the five-day conference now.. Read More

Natural Gas Futures Near Even as Heat, Storage Help Support Hold

Natural gas futures traded on either side of $2.75 Monday as the market continued to see production offsetting storage deficits. Near-term heat sent spot prices higher in Southern California, while Appalachian locations benefited from the return of Leach XPress capacity; the NGI National Spot Gas Average gained 7 cents to $2.75/MMBtu. Read More

Production Squashing Storage Fears as Natural Gas Futures Continue Slide

Natural gas futures bulls gave up more ground Friday as production continued to allay the market’s storage concerns. Spot prices fell throughout the Midwest with cooler temperatures in the forecast, while the volatile SoCal Citygate gained heading into the weekend; the NGI National Spot Gas Average dropped 3 cents to $2.68/MMBtu. Read More
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Lean EIA Build Can’t Spark Natural Gas Futures Rally; SoCal Spot Strengthens

Natural gas futures pulled back Thursday as weekly government storage data came in tighter than surveys but not enough to rile... Read More
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EIA Storage Build Lighter Than Surveys, But Natural Gas Futures Market Not Impressed

The Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) weekly natural gas storage report missed to the low side of... Read More
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Spiking SoCal Leads Weekly Natural Gas Spot Prices Higher; Futures Slide

A heat wave in Southern California helped drive natural gas spot prices higher on average for the week ended Friday, even as points throughout the Gulf Coast slid along with declines in futures; the NGI Weekly National Spot Gas Average added 8 cents to $2.70/MMBtu. Read More
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EIA’s Storage Figure Tops Survey Averages as Natural Gas Futures Steady

Bulls hoping for a lean natural gas storage report from the Energy Information Administration Friday left disappointed as the agency came out with a net build on the higher side of average estimates. Still, futures prices stayed the course after briefly dropping on the news. Read More