Oversupplied

Raymond James: ‘Can’t Fight Fate’ on Growth in U.S. Gas Output

For nearly two straight years U.S. natural gas output has climbed almost continuously — and 2012 could see even stronger growth, according to the energy team at Raymond James & Associates Inc.

November 15, 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

Barclays: Gas Imports Stepped Up to Cold Snap Demand

Say what you will about storage caverns bloated with gas and an oversupplied U.S. market; when the mercury dropped earlier this month, pipeline imports of Canadian gas as well as liquefied natural gas (LNG) from incoming tankers and terminal-based storage helped to save the day, according to analysts at Barclays Capital.

January 25, 2010

Barclays: Pipeline Imports, LNG Stepped Up to Cold Snap Demand

Say what you will about storage caverns bloated with gas and an oversupplied U.S. market; when the mercury dropped earlier this month, pipeline imports of Canadian gas as well as liquefied natural gas (LNG) from incoming tankers and terminal-based storage helped to save the day, according to analysts at Barclays Capital.

January 20, 2010

Raymond James: Summer Shut-ins May Total 500-750 Bcf

The winter heating season is now ended, but the natural gas market still is oversupplied by more than 4 Bcf/d on stagnant demand and strong year/year supply growth — meaning more shut-ins this summer and deeper declines in gas prices, Raymond James & Associates Inc. said in an energy outlook.

April 20, 2009

Raymond James: Summer Shut-ins May Total 500-750 Bcf

The winter heating season is now ended, but the natural gas market still is oversupplied by more than 4 Bcf/d on stagnant demand and strong year/year supply growth — meaning more shut-ins this summer and deeper declines in gas prices, Raymond James & Associates Inc. said in an energy outlook.

April 14, 2009

Oklahoma Producer Wants State to Order Gas Production Cut

Continental Resources Inc. has asked the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) to order the state’s natural gas producers to reduce their output in order to relieve the oversupplied domestic gas market.

April 1, 2009

Raymond James Stands Firm On $10/Mcf Forecast by End of Summer

Abnormally mild U.S. weather over the past year has reduced natural gas demand enough to lead to a modestly oversupplied market, according to Raymond James analysts, who warned for the second time in two weeks that gas prices could hit $10/Mcf by the end of this summer.

July 7, 2005

Storm Shut-ins Minimal, But Cash Market Bullish Anyway

Oversupplied Rockies/San Juan gas failed to share in mostly substantial price gains throughout the rest of the market Friday. Virtually all of the upticks were measured in double digits, ranging up to about 40 cents higher in the Pacific Northwest.

September 9, 2002