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Natural gas futures sold off across the winter strip Tuesday as markets awaited further clues on the timing and strength of a potential return to colder temperatures later this month. In the spot market, prices sold off across most of the Lower 48 on expectations for milder national demand over the next few days, though points in volatile New England lurched higher; the NGI Spot Gas National Avg. fell 8.0 cents to $4.545/MMBtu. Read More
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An administrative law judge (ALJ) in Pennsylvania has denied an emergency request to stop operations on the Mariner East (ME) pipeline system, finding that the petitioners provided little evidence and failed to demonstrate it was necessary. Read More
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The Trump administration's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Thursday revised another vestige of the Obama era, this time releasing amendments and a final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for protecting greater sage grouse habitat in 11 western states. Read More
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Twenty-five leading natural gas marketers added another 8.04 Bcf/d (7%) to their total sales volumes...
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