Braced

Canadian Customers Urged to ‘Lock In’ Gas Prices

After a five-year slide that lopped 75% off prices received by Alberta producers, Canadians are braced to bump into a floor under the buyers’ market for natural gas.

December 3, 2012

Canadian Customers Should Lock In Low Prices Before It’s Too Late

After a five-year slide that lopped 75% off prices received by Alberta producers, Canadians are braced to bump into a floor under the buyers’ market for natural gas.

November 27, 2012

Surpluses Expected to Build; January Weakens

January natural gas declined Wednesday largely in concert with the petroleum complex and as traders braced for a government storage report with widely varying estimates but nonetheless anticipated to show a decline significantly less than historical averages. At the close January had slid 6.6 cents to $3.421 and February had given up 6.5 cents to $3.458. January crude oil dropped 79 cents to $100.49/bbl.

December 8, 2011

Alberta’s Cash Cow Is Ailing

The government of Canada’s top natural gas-producing jurisdiction is braced for a long spell of lean times from oversupplied North American markets.

March 7, 2011

Alberta’s Cash Cow Is Ailing

The government of Canada’s top natural gas-producing jurisdiction is braced for a long spell of lean times from oversupplied North American markets.

March 1, 2011

Eastern Cold Rush Boosts Prices Above $4.25

Building off Friday’s impressive gains, December natural gas futures on Monday continued to test the upside as traders braced for a cold spell that is expected to affect much of the eastern half of the United States. The prompt-month contract reached a high of $4.293 before closing out the regular session at $4.271, up 10.7 cents from Friday’s finish.

November 23, 2010

The Mood Is Dour in Canada’s Gas Patch

Canadian natural gas field contractors are braced for their second straight lean year while the industry defers drilling until supply gluts burn off and the Alberta government retools development policies.

November 9, 2009

Canada’s Gas Patch Is Producing Pessimism

Canadian natural gas field contractors are braced for their second straight lean year while the industry defers drilling until supply gluts burn off and the Alberta government retools development policies.

November 9, 2009

Canadian Producers Brace For ‘Grim’ Summer Prices

Canadian producers are braced for severe summer price lows — possibly below C$2.00/MMBtu (US$1.80) — as international traffic in natural gas continues to slow down on oversupplied markets.

June 15, 2009

Canadian Producers Brace For ‘Grim’ Summer Prices

Canadian producers are braced for severe summer price lows — possibly below C$2.00/MMBtu (US$1.80) — as international traffic in natural gas continues to slow down on oversupplied markets.

June 15, 2009
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