SoCal Border - Kramer California Natural Gas Prices

Published: Oct 21, 2019
Weekly Change
-0.060
-2.20%
Month/Month Change
0.26
10.6
Year/Year Change
-0.585
-17.80%
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November Natural Gas Futures Steady on Mild Weather; Spot Gas Slides Again

After a week marked by significant swings, natural gas futures held relatively steady on Friday as weather models remained at odds over long-term cold. The November Nymex natural gas futures contract traded both sides of even before eventually settling a mere two-tenths of a cent higher at $2.320/MMBtu. December also rose fractionally to $2.517.

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Lackluster Demand, Stout Supply Pressures Weekly Natural Gas Prices

A mostly mild weather scenario across the United States this week sent natural gas prices lower in much of the country, with Permian Basin production growth quickly pushing markets in West Texas near the bargain-basement levels seen this summer. Strong demand and tight supplies out West, however, lifted prices there, sending the NGI Spot Gas Weekly Avg. down 8.0 cents to $1.780. Read More

Winter Bulls Push Natural Gas Futures Higher Further Along the Strip as Prompt Month Stalls

Friday’s natural gas futures trading suggested a market focused squarely on winter, with the front month easing lower despite healthy gains further along the strip. The November Nymex contract settled at $2.214/MMBtu, off 0.4 cents, while December and January each rallied 4.0 cents or more. Read More

Natural Gas Futures Slip Again as Coming Cold Lacks Staying Power; Western Cash Rallies

Natural gas futures continued to slide Tuesday even as weather models trended colder around mid-October. However, with nothing pointing to a sustained colder trend, the November Nymex contract settled 1.5 cents lower at $2.288/MMBtu. December slipped nine-tenths of a cent to $2.491. Read More

Natural Gas Futures Continue to Deteriorate as Production ‘Much Too Strong’ and Cash Dips

With only pockets of demand across the United States, a significant drop in production on Tuesday did little to stop a slide in natural gas prices that has left the prompt month nearly a quarter lower than it was a week ago. The November Nymex gas futures contract fell another 4.7 cents to settle at $2.283/MMBtu. December dropped 2.4 cents to $2.48. Read More
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Natural Gas Cash, Futures Slide as Weather Can’t Overcome Supply Growth

Lingering heat over the southern United States couldn’t boost demand enough to prop up natural gas spot prices during the trading week ended Sept. 27, while futures continued lower on further signs of oversupply. NGI’s Weekly Spot Gas National Avg. fell 22.5 cents to $2.030/MMBtu. Read More

More Downside Seen for Natural Gas Futures as Prices Continue Slide After Bearish EIA Print

As traders continued to digest a surprising government inventory report that suggested even more supply growth than previously thought, natural gas futures skidded lower Friday. The November Nymex contract settled at $2.404/MMBtu, down 3.9 cents. The December contract settled 3.1 cents lower at $2.565. Read More
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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