Empress Canada Natural Gas Prices

Published: Jun 26, 2017
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Transactions conducted at the Empress/McNeill Border point at the Alberta/ Saskatchewan border. This point connects the TransCanada Alberta System (NOVA) to TransCanada Pipeline, Foothills Pipeline, and Transgas. Reported in $C/GJ.

Forecast Energy Demand Lifts Eastern NatGas; Expired July Futures Out On Firm Note

Physical natural gas trading for Thursday delivery was mostly a mixed affair, and in the big picture prices moved little. Strength in the Northeast and Appalachia was barely able to offset soft pricing in California and mostly flat pricing in the Midcontinent and Texas. The NGI National Spot Gas Average rose 6 cents to $2.73. Read More

Physical NatGas, Futures Post Solid Gains; July Adds A Dime

Physical natural gas for delivery Tuesday regained the losses suffered Friday in pre-weekend trading. Setbacks at Northeast points were no match for broad gains throughout the gas patch, from the Rockies and California to the Midcontinent and Midwest to Appalachia and the Southeast. The NGI National Spot Gas Average rose 8 cents to $2.67. Read More

NatGas Futures Post Counterintuitive Response Following EIA Storage Report

July futures moved higher Thursday morning once the Energy Information Administration reported a storage injection for the week ending June 16 that was slightly greater than what traders were expecting. Read More

Coastal Gains Sustain Cash NatGas, But Futures Plunge; July Drops 14 Cents

At first glance physical natural gas markets seemed reasonably well-behaved Monday. The NGI National Spot Gas Average was flat at $2.72. Pervasive weakness from the Southeast to the Midwest, Midcontinent, Texas and Louisiana was readily offset by higher prices in the Northeast and California, particularly southern California. Read More

Weekly Quotes Remain Flat In Ho-Hum Trading

Weekly natural gas trading elected to mark time for the week ended June 16 as few points traded much beyond a penny or two from levels posted the week earlier. The NGI Weekly Spot Gas Average was unchanged at $2.70. Read More

NatGas Cash Posts Solid Gains; July Futures Punch Through $3

Both the physical natural gas and futures markets erased the memories of Wednesday's down day and returned to the win column in Thursday's trading. Modest weakness of a few points in the Midwest, Southeast, and Northeast was countered by gains of a few pennies upwards to a dime at most market points. The NGI National Spot Gas Average 2 cents to $2.65. Read More

July NatGas Surges Past $3 On Bullish EIA Stats, But Can It Hold?

June futures managed a healthy gain Thursday once the Energy Information Administration reported a natural gas storage injection that was somewhat less than what traders were expecting. Read More

Northeast Heat Lifts NatGas Cash, But Futures Drift Lower

Physical natural gas posted strong gains in Monday trading as a heat wave lifted quotes up and down the Atlantic Seaboard. Only three points followed by NGI fell into the loss column, and stout, double-digit gains were common. Read More

Forecast Heat Lifts Physical NatGas, But Futures Add Only A Penny

Weekend and Monday physical natural gas was higher on average, but the market was highly split. Titanic weather-driven gains in the East overwhelmed losses in the Rockies, California, and the Midcontinent. The NGI National Spot Gas Average rose 7 cents to $2.72. Read More

NatGas Cash Weakens, But Futures Hold On Following Hefty Storage Stats

Next-day gas tumbled Thursday as traders scurried to get deals done before the Energy Information Administration weekly storage report. Read More