Columbia Gas Appalachia Natural Gas Prices

Daily Change
-0.245
-11.40%
Month/Month Change
-0.110
-5.50%
Year/Year Change
-0.915
-32.60%
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Columbia Gas Description

Deliveries into the ten aggregation areas as listed in TCO's AS Rate Schedule. Those areas include Kenova, Flat Top, Cobb, Alexander, Delmont, McCellandtown, Crawford, York, Dungannon, and Binghamton, and range from Eastern Kentucky (excluding Leach), West Virginia, SW Virginia, Eastern Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Central New York. The TCO segmentation pool (SEG Pool) is included in these aggregation points, and is therefore included in our index. So too are Interruptible Paper Pool (IPP) transactions that are included within the 10 aggregation points other than Binghamton, NY. All transactions in and out of Market Areas (as defined by TCO) that fall outside of the 10 aggregation points are not included in our index.
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Bearish EIA Report Drops Natural Gas Futures; Imelda Inundates Gulf Coast Region

As the rains battered the upper Texas coast and beyond Thursday, a weekly storage report that topped expectations put a damper on natural gas... Read More
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Bearish Miss from EIA at 84 Bcf; Natural Gas Futures Tumble

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported an 84 Bcf weekly injection into U.S. natural gas stocks, bearish versus expectations, and futures prices gave up close to a nickel on the news. Read More

Natural Gas Futures Pull Back as ‘Stout’ Injections Expected

Natural gas futures bulls tried and failed to keep the recent rally going Tuesday, with prices easing lower as traders weighed late-season heat against an upcoming slate of potentially plump storage injections. The October Nymex contract settled 1.3 cents lower at $2.668/MMBtu after trading as high as $2.710 and as low as $2.628. November settled at $2.700, down 2.5 cents. Read More
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Summer Temps Lingering, Lifting Weekly Natural Gas Spot Prices

Late-season heat spurred convincing natural gas spot price gains across the Lower 48 during the trading week ended Sept. 13; even with some discounts in California, the NGI Weekly Spot Gas National Avg. gained 16.5 cents to $2.315/MMBtu. Read More

Spooky Friday the 13th for Bears as Natural Gas Futures Finish Week Strong

It was probably something other than superstition that had bears fleeing the natural gas futures market Friday even as analysts continued to point to oversupply conditions. The October Nymex contract rallied 4.0 cents to settle at $2.614/MMBtu. November surged 4.8 cents to $2.653. Read More
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EIA Report Below Consensus; Natural Gas Futures See Small Bump

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported a leaner-than-expected 78 Bcf build... Read More

Natural Gas Bulls End Week in Style as ‘Classic Short-Covering Rally’ Continues

The natural gas futures market capped off a bullish week in fitting fashion Friday, rallying for the third time in four sessions to test the psychologically and technically significant boundary around $2.500/MMBtu. The October Nymex contract gained 6.1 cents to $2.496 after trading as high as $2.505, while November picked up 6.0 cents to $2.551.

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EIA Injection Misses High at 84 Bcf, Sends Natural Gas Futures Lower

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported a larger-than-expected 84 Bcf weekly... Read More

As Dorian Looms, Natural Gas Futures and Cash Mount Post-Holiday Rally

Supportive forecasts, the prospect of limited demand impacts from Hurricane Dorian and strength in the spot market all aided in a post-holiday natural gas futures rally Tuesday. The October Nymex futures contract climbed 7.3 cents to settle at $2.358/MMBtu, while November settled at $2.397, also up 7.3 cents. Read More
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Stifling Heat Lifts California, Texas Natural Gas Weekly Prices; Dorian Set to Squash Demand

Suffocating conditions continued across California, the Southwest and Texas during the last week of August, leading to a rare storage withdrawal for this time of year in the Golden State as pipelines coped with strong demand. Mild, stormy conditions over the rest of the United States, however, left weekly prices mixed and the NGI Spot Gas Weekly Avg. up just 4 cents from Aug. 26-29. Gas traded on Thursday was for delivery Friday and Saturday. Read More