September Natural Gas Gains as EIA Stocks Revised Lower; Cash, Like Weather, Mixed

September natural gas futures got a boost Thursday on bullish revisions in the Energy Information Administration (EIA) storage report and hints of supply risk from tropical weather systems developing over the Atlantic. The cash market remained ambivalent, with most regional averages trading within a few pennies of even, and the NGI National Spot Gas Average finished down 1 cent at $2.67/MMBtu. Read More

September NatGas Lackluster on Lack of Sustained Heat; Cash Follows Futures Down

September natural gas in Wednesday's trading reflected the market's continued disappointment with summer cooling demand, dropping close to a nickel. With bidweek just around the corner, the cash market largely moved in lockstep with the futures; most regions dropped 2-4 cents, and the NGI National Spot Gas Average finished down 6 cents at $2.68/MMBtu. Read More

NatGas Cash Trails EIA Data-Driven Futures; September Adds a Dime

All attention was focused on the futures arena Thursday as physical natural gas traders for the most part hunkered down and got their deals done ahead of the Energy Information Administration (EIA) inventory report. Physical traders may have been a little clairvoyant, as gains in the cash market preceded a double-digit advance by the futures. Read More