Perryville North Louisiana/Arkansas Natural Gas Prices

Daily Change
-0.180
-4.10%
Month/Month Change
1.040
32.80%
Year/Year Change
1.240
41.80%
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Perryville Description

Our Perryville index is comprised of the following: 1.) All interconnects that make up CenterPoint Energy’s Perryville Hub, including paper/logical deals at the Perryville Hub Trading Point (PTP). As of July 2012, CenterPoint listed Perryville Hub interconnects with the following pipelines: ANR, Columbia Gulf, Gulf South, Midcontinent Express, Midla, Mississippi River Transmission, Southeast Supply Header, Southern Natural, Tennessee, Texas Eastern, Texas Gas, and Trunkline, with a future connection to the Perryville Gas Storage facility; 2.) All points that comprise Boardwalk’s (Gulf South Pipeline) Perryville Exchange Service (PXS), which is comprised of all locations that make up the “Exchange Area” of Gulf South’s 42” expansion line. The Exchange Area extends from the discharge side of the Vixen Compressor Station in Ouachita Parish, LA to the suction side of the Tallulah Compressor Station in Madison Parish, LA; and 3.) Other pipeline interconnects between Northeast Ouachita Parish, LA and the suction side of the Gulf South Tallulah Compressor Station that do not involve CenterPoint Energy Gas Transmission or Gulf South Pipeline. Such other points include interconnects among, but not limited to: ANR, Columbia Gulf, Gulf Crossing, Midcontinent Express, Midla, Mississippi River Transmission, Southeast Supply Header, Southern Natural, Tennessee, Texas Eastern, Texas Gas, Tiger Pipeline, and Trunkline.
EIAStorage1115

Volatility Abounds for Natural Gas as Markets Jumpy on Cold, Storage Fears

The season’s first spell of legitimate winter cold delivered as promised for natural gas markets during the week ended Friday (Nov. 16), as the robust start to winter compounded concerns over storage deficits to send physical and futures prices soaring. The NGIWeekly Spot Gas National Avg. jumped $1.170 to $4.565/MMBtu. Read More
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More Volatility as Natural Gas Futures Rally on Long-Range Cold Risks, Storage Fears

Natural gas futures rallied Friday to close out a wild week, with forecasters pointing to long-range cold risks that served to exacerbate storage fears. In the spot market, a number of Northeast points gained on a wintry forecast as most regions sold off heading into the weekend; the NGI Spot Gas National Avg. fell 67.0 to $4.350/MMBtu. Read More
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‘Irrational’ NatGas Futures Reverse on Milder Trends, Plump Storage Build; Big Price Spikes Out West

Milder forecast trends and a larger-than-expected injection from the Energy Information Administration's... Read More
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EIA Storage Report Misses Bearish as Weather-Focused Natural Gas Futures Swing Lower

The Energy Information Administration reported a somewhat larger than expected 39 Bcf injection into... Read More
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Natural Gas Futures Booming as Wintry Weather Lifts Spot Market

Spurred on by historically low storage levels, a strong start to winter and forecasts that seem to continue ratcheting up... Read More

Early Winter Cold Lights Fire Under Natural Gas Markets as Henry Hub Tops $4/MMBtu

With impressive early winter cold amplifying the risks posed by lean stockpiles, the recent rally in the natural gas futures market showed no signs of letting up Tuesday -- and if anything seemed to accelerate. Meanwhile, another day of widespread weather-driven gains yielded some of the strongest early winter spot prices since 2014; the NGI Spot Gas National Avg. tacked on another 35.5 cents to $4.410/MMBtu. Read More
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Colder November Outlook Prompts Natural Gas Futures Rally Ahead of Weekend

Natural gas futures rebounded Friday on colder trends for the second week of November, with more volatility from weather models for a market keenly focused on shifts in the temperature outlook. The December Nymex contract added 4.7 cents to settle at $3.284/MMBtu after trading in a fairly wide range from $3.166 to $3.313. January added 3.5 cents to $3.310, while February climbed 1.9 cents to $3.192. Read More
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November Natural Gas Bidweek Prices Surge Amid Winter Supply Uncertainty

Widening storage deficits just weeks ahead of colder weather and cuts to Canadian imports have muddled the supply picture for the winter despite record... Read More
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A Flip Colder for Mid-Month Bolsters December Natural Gas; Sumas Spot Gas Tumbles on Increasing Imports

December natural gas futures strengthened Wednesday as the possibility of chillier weather in the medium range and persistently low storage inventories once again caused jitters for the market. The Nymex December futures contract rose 7.4 cents to $3.261, while January climbed 5.8 cents to $3.302. Read More

Chilling Cold Creeps Back into Weather Outlooks, December NatGas Slides a Penny

Shoulder-season volatility -- in both weather models and natural gas pricing -- continued on Tuesday as traders appeared unsure of what to make of the latest weather data, which reflected a return to cold weather in the long range but warmer weather through the medium term. The Nymex December gas futures contract, in its first day in the prompt-month position, settled at $3.187, down 1.1 cents on the day. January slipped 1.7 cents to $3.244. Read More