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Lower 48 Upstream, Midstream Operators Battling Polar Blast

As Arctic cold settled in Wednesday across a wide swath of the country, from the Midwest to the Northeast, producers and midstream companies in the Appalachian and Williston basins were busy trying to fight the effects of record-setting temperatures on their operations and crews.

January 30, 2019

Big Gains Seen for Antero After January Cold Snap Stoked Natural Gas Demand

Antero Resources Corp. said Wednesday that this year’s completion schedule, a pipeline rupture in Ohio and last month’s extreme cold are likely to combine in holding its first quarter production flat with 4Q2017 volumes of 2.347 Bcfe/d.

February 15, 2018

Weekend Weather Guidance Offers Little for Bulls; March Natural Gas Called Lower

March natural gas was set to open Monday about 5 cents lower at around $2.794, as weather guidance over the weekend failed to offer anything to excite the bulls in terms of prospective heating demand.

February 5, 2018

March Natural Gas Called Higher as Forecasters Eye Mid-February Arctic Chills

March natural gas was set to open Tuesday about 7 cents higher at around $3.239, with forecasters still pointing to cold risks looking ahead to the middle of February.

January 30, 2018

February Natural Gas Retreats Off Last Week’s Surge, Called 14 Cents Lower

February natural gas was set to open Tuesday about 14 cents lower at around $3.055, retreating off a surge late last week following a record storage withdrawal.

January 16, 2018

February NatGas Called Higher; Forecasts Trending Colder Next Week

February natural gas was set to open Wednesday about 3 cents higher at $2.959, helped by bullish adjustments to the outlook for Arctic cold expected move in next week.

January 10, 2018

February NatGas Called Higher on Next Week’s Colder Forecast

February natural gas was set to open Tuesday about 5 cents higher at around $2.882 as forecasters were pointing to colder changes overnight in a pattern set to arrive next week.

January 9, 2018

Misery Grips East Coast as Bomb Cyclone KOs Power to Thousands

A massive winter storm spawned by curiously named weather phenomena — bombogenesis, aka a bomb cyclone — has knocked power out to thousands of customers along the East Coast, forcing schools to close, flights to be canceled, and others to hunker down with a good book, perhaps even a thesaurus.

January 4, 2018
Appalachian E&Ps Working to Fend Off Cold, Keep NatGas Flowing

Appalachian E&Ps Working to Fend Off Cold, Keep NatGas Flowing

With single-digit lows continuing and forecasts calling for temperatures to plunge below zero on Friday and Saturday in the Pittsburgh region, small and large Appalachian natural gas producers were grappling with frigid temperatures in different ways.

January 4, 2018

February NatGas Called Higher Amid Arctic Blast, but Long-Range Warming Still Expected

February natural gas was set to open about 4 cents higher Tuesday at around $2.996, with arctic cold in the near-term lifting the market as a potential warm-up lingers in the longer-term.

January 2, 2018
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