Bears

Cascading Eastern NatGas Cash Outdoes Firm Midwest; Futures Ease 2 Cents

Natural gas cash for weekend and Monday delivery on average took a pretty hard fall in Friday trading, but the devil was in the details and swooning eastern prices were able to overpower strong Midwest quotes as Chicago’s high Sunday was not expected to reach double digits.

December 16, 2016

NatGas Cash Flat, Futures Inch Higher; Analyst Beating a Bullish Drum

Both physical and futures natural gas values drifted higher in uninspired trading Tuesday, as traders were reading the tea leaves for the market’s next big move. Physical natural gas prices were widely mixed, but most points held within a nickel either side of unchanged.

August 11, 2015

Bulls, Bears Study Technical Support; May Called 7 Cents Lower

May natural gas is set to open 7 cents lower Monday morning at $2.64 as bears wet their whistles looking for a lower technical regime and weather forecasts remain seasonal. Overnight oil markets jumped.

April 6, 2015

Natural Gas, Wind Said Ideal Texas Power Team

In Texas, natural gas and renewable resources are the energy industry’s peanut butter and jelly, according to a new report paid for by a foundation that bears the name of a shale gas patch pioneer. Free wind and solar need natural gas-fueled generators to back them up, and renewables are cheaper to dispatch than fossil-fueled power sources.

June 17, 2013

Natural Gas, Wind Seen as Ideal Texas Power Team

In Texas, natural gas and renewable resources are the energy industry’s peanut butter and jelly, according to a new report paid for by a foundation that bears the name of a shale gas patch pioneer. Free wind and solar need natural gas-fueled generators to back them up, and renewables are cheaper to dispatch than fossil-fueled power sources.

June 13, 2013

WSI May-June Forecast Sees Cooler Northeast

Natural gas price bears could be in for a treat over the next few months if Mother Nature goes along with WSI Corp.’s forecast, which last week called for the May-July period to be cooler than normal across parts of the northeastern United States, with above-normal temperatures common elsewhere, especially in the western part of the country.

April 29, 2013

WSI’s May-June Forecast Sees Cooler-Than-Normal Northeast

Natural gas price bears could be in for a treat over the next few months if Mother Nature goes along with WSI Corp.’s just-released forecast, which calls for the May-July period to be cooler than normal across parts of the northeastern United States, with above-normal temperatures common elsewhere, especially in the western United States.

April 24, 2013

No ‘New Normal’ Seen for U.S. Natural Gas Markets

Claims by natural gas bears of a “new normal” in U.S. markets because of the unconventional resource revolution aren’t supported by the underlying data, according to Morningstar analysts Mark P. Hanson and Jason Stevens.

January 21, 2013

No ‘New Normal’ for U.S. Natural Gas Markets, Says Morningstar

Claims by natural gas bears of a “new normal” in U.S. markets because of the unconventional resource revolution aren’t supported by the underlying data, according to Morningstar analysts Mark P. Hanson and Jason Stevens.

January 16, 2013

Bears Take a Hit After Thin Storage Report; December Gains

December natural gas rose Thursday as market bears had to endure the indignity of a government inventory report sharply lower than what was expected. In its 10:30 a.m. EST report the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said inventories rose by just 19 Bcf for the week ended Nov. 11, about 7 Bcf less than what traders were looking for. At the close December had risen 6.6 cents to $3.410 and January had gained 6.3 cents to $3.546. December crude oil plunged $3.77 to $98.82/bbl.

November 18, 2011
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