Waha West Texas/SE New Mexico Natural Gas Prices

Published: Sep 17, 2018
Weekly Change
-0.14
-6.80%
Month/Month Change
-0.03
-1.5
Year/Year Change
-0.80
-29.40%
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Waha Description

Contains transactions at the Waha Hub in the northern area of Pecos County, TX. We include the following in our Waha index, all of which lie in or near Pecos County: 1.) deliveries from El Paso Natural Gas into various pipelines, including Atmos, Enterprise Texas, Northern Natural, and Oasis; 2.) transactions at Southern Union Gas Services' Waha/Encina Header; 3.) sales of tailgate gas from Regency Energy Partners' 125 MMcf/d Waha Gas Processing Plant;4.) deals into the beginning of the Energy Transfer Fuel System; and 5.) transactions in and out of the Enstor Waha Storage Hub, which connects to the same four pipelines as listed in point #1, as well as Oneok West Texas, El Paso, and Transwestern.
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Natural Gas Futures Not Rattled as EIA’s Storage Number Surpasses Consensus

The Energy Information Administration reported an 86 Bcf weekly injection into working U.S. natural gas stocks Thursday that was... Read More
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Weekly Natural Gas Spot Market Weakens as Shoulder Season Sets In

Even with some lingering hot weather, natural gas spot prices generally moved lower for the week ended Sept. 14 as markets watched for impacts from the latest round of tropical weather. The NGI Weekly National Spot Gas Average fell 11 cents to $2.60/MMBtu. Read More
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No Surprises From EIA Storage as Market Eyes Storm Impacts; Natural Gas Futures Steady

As potential demand destruction from Hurricane Florence continues to command the natural gas market’s attention, the Energy Information Administration reported a 69 Bcf build for the week ended Sept. 7 that barely moved the needle. Read More
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West Texas Rises, East Coast Tumbles in Weekly Natural Gas Spot Market

Improving West Texas basis differentials helped offset declining East Coast premiums as natural gas spot prices were decidedly mixed for the week ended Sept. 7; the NGI Weekly National Spot Gas Average fell a nickel to $2.71/MMBtu. Read More

Shoulder Season Dynamics Take Hold as October Natural Gas Stalls; Spot Gas Falls with Temps

Friday was a slow day for natural gas futures, bringing to a close a week that essentially solidified the general direction for prices expected in the coming weeks amid record production and cooler weather. While no major changes were reported in the latest weather outlooks, the Nymex October futures contract ended the day four-tenths of a cent higher at $2.776. November slipped one-tenth of a penny lower to $2.79. Read More
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EIA Storage Matches Consensus as Natural Gas Futures Response Mixed

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported a 63 Bcf build into Lower 48 gas stocks for the week ended Aug. 31, a number that fell in line with estimates. Read More
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Roaring Natural Gas Production Growth at Heart of September Bidweek Declines

Late summer heat and hefty storage deficits took a back seat to record production as traders sent NGI’s National Bidweek Avg. down 12 cents from... Read More
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Signs of Cooler Weather Send September Natural Gas Lower Again; Spot Gas Rallies on Possible Record Power Burn

September natural gas prices fell for a third consecutive day as weather forecasts maintained a bearish trend for the second week of September -- and possibly beyond. The Nymex September gas futures contract slid 2.4 cents to $2.852, while October fell 2.4 cents to $2.845. Read More

$3 Gas Moves Further Out of Reach as September Sheds Another 4 Cents; Spot Gas Hikes on Heat

Forecasts for cooler weather in the next couple of weeks took out any bite remaining from market bulls Monday as September natural gas prices retreated once again. The Nymex September gas futures contract settled at $2.876, down 4.1 cents on the day. Read More
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Break from Scorching Heat Sends Weekly Natural Gas Prices Lower

Natural gas prices for the Aug. 21-27 period moved lower as much of the United States enjoyed mild temperatures ahead of a warm-up expected later this weekend. Most regions saw prices decline less than a dime, although steeper losses were seen in the Rocky Mountains and along the West Coast, which is finally seeing signs of cooler weather ahead. The NGI National Weekly Gas Avg.dropped 12 cents to $2.79.

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