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Incoming Mexico Oil Official Has Said Energy Reform ‘Must Be Reversed’
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Mexico has a “historical imperative to reverse” President Enrique Peña Nieto’s landmark 2013 constitutional energy reform, according to the country’s likely next hydrocarbons undersecretary, Alberto Montoya. Read More
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NGI's Mexico GPI

August 16, 2018

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September Natural Gas Slides as Weather, Storage Deliver One-Two Punch; Spot Gas Slips

  • Nymex September gas futures contract softens after larger-than-expected storage injection
  • Energy Information Administration reported a 33 Bcf build into inventories for the week ending Aug. 10; estimates clustered around a build in the high 20 to low 30 Bcf range
  • Cooler weather in the next week or so further dampened an already weak market
  • Record production, waning demand expected to lead to much higher storage injections in the weeks ahead
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Incoming Mexico Oil Official Has Said Energy Reform ‘Must Be Reversed’

Mexico has a “historical imperative to reverse” President Enrique Peña Nieto’s landmark 2013 constitutional energy reform, according to the country’s likely next hydrocarbons undersecretary, Alberto Montoya.

Correction -- NET Mexico

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Nymex September Gas Contract Eases as Traders Eye Cooler Weather Outlooks; Northeast Spot Gas Surges

  • September natural gas softens as cooler weather wins battle against low natural gas storage inventories
  • Cooler weather risks into the end of August remain, while the loss of cooling degree days could increase in the days ahead
  • Upward price momentum likely to fade in weeks ahead as cooler weather arrives, setting the stage for heftier storage injections ahead of winter
  • BREAKING: EIA reports a 33 Bcf storage injection for the week ending Aug. 10
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Roller Coaster Ride Seen for Mexican Energy Industry as AMLO Set to Take Over

The policy proposals and key government appointments made by President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador have provided a roller-coaster ride for Mexico's energy industry and the  analysts that follow it.

Despite Cooler Forecast, Natural Gas Futures Gain on Storage Outlook

  • September adds 2.9 cents to $2.959, October up 3.0 cents to $2.966
  • GFS model “notably cooler for the middle of next week,” drops “numerous” CDDs from outlook, says NatGasWeather
  • Storage “increasingly likely” to enter heating season “with a historically low carryout for the shale era”: Energy Aspects
  • Transwestern force majeure reducing flows through Arizona, says Genscape
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CRE OKs Revised Open Season, Secondary Market Rules for Mexico Natural Gas Pipelines

Mexican regulators have issued updated rules for open seasons and capacity releases on pipelines in the country’s fledgling natural gas market.

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NGI's Bidweek Alert Day 5 - July 31st for August 2018
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FIXED RANGE BASIS RANGE
South Texas
Agua Dulce -- --
Florida Gas Zone 1 -- --
NGPL S. TX -- --
Tennessee Zone 0 South -- -0.16 to -0.16
Texas Eastern S. TX -- -0.01 to 0.015
Transco Zone 1 -- -0.06 to -0.055
East Texas
Carthage -- -0.135 to -0.135
Houston Ship Channel 2.84 to 2.85 0.06 to 0.06
Katy -- --
NGPL TexOk 2.62 to 2.69 -0.155 to -0.1475
Tennessee Zone 0 North -- --
Texas Eastern E. TX -- --
Transco Zone 2 -- --
West Texas/SE New Mexico
El Paso Permian 1.80 to 2.18 --
Transwestern 1.85 to 1.94 --
Waha 1.80 to 1.89 --
Midwest
Alliance -- --
ANR ML7 -- --
Chicago Citygate 2.70 to 2.73 --
Chicago - Nicor Gas 2.71 to 2.73 --
Chicago - NIPSCO -- --
Chicago - North Shore -- --
Chicago - Peoples 2.70 to 2.71 --
Consumers Energy -- 0.02 to 0.045
Dawn 2.81 to 2.88 0.015 to 0.0575
Emerson -- -0.20 to -0.185
Joliet -- --
Lebanon -- -0.135 to -0.13
Michigan Consolidated 2.79 to 2.80 0.0075 to 0.03
NGPL Amarillo Mainline -- --
Parkway/Union -- 0.05 to 0.05
REX into ANR - Shelby -- -0.135 to -0.12
REX into MGT - Edgar -- --
REX into NGPL - Moultrie -- --
REX into PEPL - Putnam -- --
REX into Trunk - Douglas -- --
Midcontinent
ANR SW 2.31 to 2.39 -0.50 to -0.42
Enable East -- -0.25 to -0.22
Enable West -- --
NGPL Midcontinent 2.27 to 2.33 -0.50 to -0.45
Northern Border Ventura -- --
Northern Natural Demarc 2.59 to 2.64 --
Northern Natural Ventura 2.63 to 2.65 --
OGT -- -1.20 to -1.10
Panhandle Eastern 2.19 to 2.34 -0.45 to -0.44
Southern Star -- -0.50 to -0.50
North Louisiana/Arkansas
Perryville -- --
Texas Eastern, M1, 24 -- --
Texas Gas Zone 1 -- -0.145 to -0.135
Trunkline Zone 1A -- -0.155 to -0.1425
South Louisiana
ANR SE -- -0.125 to -0.11
Columbia Gulf Mainline -- -0.1475 to -0.135
Columbia Gulf onshore -- -0.105 to -0.105
Florida Gas Zone 2 -- --
Henry Hub -- --
Southern Natural -- -0.065 to -0.0625
Tennessee Line 500 -- -0.0725 to -0.0675
Tennessee Line 800 -- -0.0875 to -0.0875
Texas Eastern E. LA -- -0.10 to -0.0775
Texas Eastern W. LA -- --
Texas Gas Zone SL -- --
Transco Zone 3 -- -0.045 to -0.0375
Trunkline E. LA -- --
Trunkline W. LA -- --
Southeast
FGT Citygate -- --
Florida Gas Zone 3 -- --
Texas Eastern M-1, 30 -- --
Transco Zone 4 -- -0.0325 to -0.01
Transco Zone 5 -- 0.08 to 0.10
Transco Zone 5 North -- --
Transco Zone 5 South -- 0.08 to 0.10
Appalachia
Columbia Gas -- -0.2075 to -0.1925
Dominion North -- -0.43 to -0.42
Dominion South -- -0.45 to -0.405
Leidy Hub -- --
Millennium East Pool -- -0.69 to -0.57
Tenn Zone 4 200L -- -0.245 to -0.22
Tennessee Zn 4 313 Pool -- -0.295 to -0.29
Tennessee Zn 4 Marcellus -- -0.73 to -0.60
Texas Eastern M-2, 30 Delivery -- --
Texas Eastern M-2, 30 Receipt -- -0.45 to -0.405
Texas Eastern M-3, Delivery -- -0.34 to -0.32
Texas Eastern M-3, Receipt -- --
Transco-Leidy Line -- -0.66 to -0.545
Northeast
Algonquin Citygate -- 0.00 to 0.10
Algonquin Citygate (non-G) -- 0.00 to 0.10
Algonquin Receipts -- --
Iroquois Zone 2 -- 0.06 to 0.12
Iroquois, Waddington -- 0.07 to 0.085
Niagara -- --
Tenn Zone 5 200L -- --
Tenn Zone 5 300L -- --
Tenn Zone 6 200L -- --
Tenn Zone 6 300L -- --
Transco Zone 6 non-NY -- -0.05 to -0.01
Transco Zone 6 non-NY North -- -0.05 to -0.01
Transco Zone 6 non-NY South -- --
Transco Zone 6 NY -- -0.05 to -0.02
Rocky Mountains
Cheyenne Hub 2.35 to 2.35 --
CIG 2.26 to 2.26 --
CIG DJ Basin -- --
El Paso Bondad -- --
El Paso non-Bondad 2.31 to 2.36 --
Kern River 2.42 to 2.44 --
Kingsgate -- --
Northwest S. of Green River -- --
Northwest Sumas 2.25 to 2.28 --
Northwest Wyoming Pool -- --
Opal 2.40 to 2.46 --
Questar -- --
Stanfield -- --
Transwestern San Juan 2.40 to 2.40 --
White River Hub 2.35 to 2.35 --
Arizona/Nevada
El Paso S. Mainline/N. Baja -- --
Kern Delivery 6.00 to 6.25 --
California
Malin 2.49 to 2.52 --
PG&E Citygate 3.06 to 3.10 --
SoCal Citygate 8.35 to 10.50 --
Southern Border, PG&E 2.50 to 2.70 --
Southern Border, SoCal 2.65 to 5.50 --
SoCal Border Avg. 2.65 to 5.50 --
Canada
Empress -- --
NOVA/AECO C 1.28 to 1.37 --
Westcoast Station 2 1.32 to 1.36 --
NOTE: Both the buy and the sell side of transactions are counted in this table, as they are in NGI’s daily, weekly and bidweek natural gas price tables, a standard practice which supports consistency and uniformity across products as explained in our price methodology.





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