Global natural gas prices were stable Monday as the market weighed easing supply constraints against forecasts for hotter weather in parts of the northern hemisphere and continued geopolitical tensions.

In Europe, the Title Transfer Facility declined again, with the prompt contract giving up another 1.5% on Monday after it lost 6% last week.

Flows at Freeport LNG on the upper Texas coast were back near capacity at 2 Bcf/d last week. They were nominated at 1.96 Bcf/d on Monday, according to NGI data. That’s a reversal from downtime at the facility most of this year after freezing temperatures caused damage at the plant in January.

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