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Panama Canal Gives U.S. LNG Faster, Cheaper Route to Market

Panama Canal Gives U.S. LNG Faster, Cheaper Route to Market

With the expansion of the Panama Canal complete, liquefied natural gas (LNG) leaving the Gulf Coast has a shorter and less costly route to Asian and South American markets.

July 1, 2016

Brief — Total, FERC

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has extended the response time to July 12 on a show cause order issued to Total Gas & Power North America Inc. (TGPNA) for alleged market manipulation. The show cause order was issued April 28 and had included just 30 days to respond. TGPNA is challenging the FERC’s jurisdiction to pursue the case at all in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas (see Daily GPI, May 3). The company had asked for an extension until the later of 45 days after the federal district court issues an order resolving the threshold jurisdictional issues or 60 days beyond the current due date. The Commission responded with the July 12 date and said the Office of Enforcement staff shall have a 45 day extension of time to file a reply with the Commission (making the reply due 75 days after respondents’ answer is filed).

May 12, 2016

Brief — Total, FERC

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has extended the response time to July 12 on a show cause order issued to Total Gas & Power North America Inc. (TGPNA) for alleged market manipulation. The show cause order was issued April 28 and had included just 30 days to respond. TGPNA is challenging the FERC’s jurisdiction to pursue the case at all in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas (see Daily GPI, May 3). The company had asked for an extension until the later of 45 days after the federal district court issues an order resolving the threshold jurisdictional issues or 60 days beyond the current due date. The Commission responded with the July 12 date and said the Office of Enforcement staff shall have a 45 day extension of time to file a reply with the Commission (making the reply due 75 days after respondents’ answer is filed).

May 12, 2016

‘Conservative’ Market Poised to Test $3, Analyst Says; August Called Flat

August natural gas is expected to open unchanged at $2.88 Wednesday morning as analysts suggest that a short-covering rally could send prices to, if not past, the $3 threshold. Overnight oil markets were lower.

July 22, 2015

Forecasts Turn Slightly Cooler; February Seen 8 Cents Higher

February natural gas is expected to open 8 cents higher Tuesday morning at $2.87 as near-term weather forecasts turn slightly cooler and timing issues continue. Overnight oil markets continued their steep descent.

January 13, 2015

Hefty Storage Injection On Tap, Yet November Called 2 Cents Higher

November natural gas is seen opening 2 cents higher Thursday morning at $3.87 as traders brace themselves for what is anticipated to be another government report showing a bin-busting addition to natural gas inventories. Overnight oil markets slumped.

October 9, 2014

Risk Managers See Downside Exposure, Yet October Called 5 Cents Higher

October natural gas is expected to open 5 cents higher Monday morning at $3.91 as traders balance a steady technical picture with near-term risk for lower prices. Overnight oil markets fell.

September 15, 2014

Weather Forecasts Holding; October Called A Penny Lower

October natural gas is expected to open a penny lower Wednesday morning at $3.97 as traders see no changes to near-term temperature outlooks and anticipate a plump addition to storage inventories. Overnight oil markets were mixed.

September 10, 2014

Futures Stay Within Recent Trading Range; September Called 4 Cents Lower

September natural gas is set to open 4 cents lower Wednesday morning at $3.84 as prices remain confined to a trading range and traders factor in weather reports showing a cooling pattern emerging later within the next 20 days. Overnight oil markets rose.

August 20, 2014

Bulls Need Significant Demand Increase; August Called A Penny Higher

August natural gas is set to open a penny higher Monday morning at $4.42 as market bulls lick their wounds from last week’s 14-cent loss and scour the market landscape for any sign of increased demand. Overnight oil markets fell.

June 30, 2014
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