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Algonquin Citygate Description
Includes transactions to delivery points within the Algonquin system. Excludes gas deliveries into Algonquin from connecting pipelines, as that is a separate index.
Natural gas futures rallied Tuesday as large storage deficits continued to lend support for prices. In the spot market, most regions saw small adjustments on moderating demand this week, while the volatile SoCal Citygate retreated from Monday’s price spike; the NGI National Spot Gas Average added 2 cents to $2.47/MMBtu.
Natural gas futures bulls ran out of steam Tuesday after a string of consecutive daily gains as forecasters were calling for supportive April cold to moderate by next week. Spot prices were mixed, with a few Midwest points strengthening on calls for spring snow as much of the Northeast eased off Monday’s weather-related gains; the NGI National Spot Gas Average dropped 9 cents to $2.92.
Some pleasantly mild temperatures across the Midwest and East Coast resulted in some unpleasant spot price action for natural gas bulls for much of the week ended Friday, though futures mounted a late-week rally thanks to a bullish storage surprise; the NGI Weekly Spot Gas Average fell 16 cents to $2.61/MMBtu.
Natural gas futures closed out the week on a bullish note Friday, with the front month adding close to a nickel on the heels of a larger-than-expected April storage withdrawal. Spot prices surged across the northern United States as forecasters were calling for colder temperatures and even some snow over the weekend; the NGI National Spot Gas Average climbed 17 cents to $2.59/MMBtu.
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported a natural gas storage withdrawal that was...
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