Price

Forecast Warmth Not Enough For Bulls; July Called Unchanged

July natural gas is set to open unchanged Tuesday morning at $2.65 as traders note a tug-of-war between speculative sellers and market bulls saying all the unfavorable news is already in the market. Overnight oil markets rose.

June 2, 2015

Forecast Warmth Not Enough For Bulls; July Called Unchanged

July natural gas is set to open unchanged Tuesday morning at $2.65 as traders note a tug-of-war between speculative sellers and market bulls saying all the unfavorable news is already in the market. Overnight oil markets rose.

June 2, 2015

Bears Stirring as Weather Outlook Moderates; June Called 7 Cents Lower

June natural gas is expected to open 7 cents lower Tuesday morning at $2.82 as traders digest a round of more moderate weather forecasts and anticipate a hefty build in inventories. Overnight oil markets fell.

May 26, 2015

Bears Stirring as Weather Outlook Moderates; June Called 7 Cents Lower

June natural gas is expected to open 7 cents lower Tuesday morning at $2.82 as traders digest a round of more moderate weather forecasts and anticipate a hefty build in inventories. Overnight oil markets fell.

May 26, 2015

Market Moderates Following Thursday’s Surge; June Called 3 Cents Lower

June natural gas is expected to open 3 cents lower Friday morning at $2.72 as traders assess what could be considered an overreaction Thursday to government storage figures. Overnight oil markets fell.

May 1, 2015

Market Moderates Following Thursday’s Surge; June Called 3 Cents Lower

June natural gas is expected to open 3 cents lower Friday morning at $2.72 as traders assess what could be considered an overreaction Thursday to government storage figures. Overnight oil markets fell.

May 1, 2015

Risk-Reward Seen in Flux; Expiring May NatGas Called A Penny Higher

The expiring May natural gas futures contract is expected to open a penny higher Tuesday morning at $2.50 as traders acknowledge ongoing mild weather patterns yet at the same time see a pricing environment favoring long-term advances rather than continued price erosion. Overnight oil markets eased.

April 28, 2015

Risk-Reward Seen in Flux; Expiring May NatGas Called A Penny Higher

The expiring May natural gas futures contract is expected to open a penny higher Tuesday morning at $2.50 as traders acknowledge ongoing mild weather patterns yet at the same time see a pricing environment favoring long-term advances rather than continued price erosion. Overnight oil markets eased.

April 28, 2015

State/Federal Regulators Offer Views on Redesigning Retail, Wholesale Energy Markets

The chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, several FERC commissioners and numerous state public utility commissioners, along with electric power and natural gas company representatives will be offering their views on “Redesigning Wholesale and Retail Energy Markets” at a two-day conference April 29-May 1 in Washington, DC.

April 24, 2015

State/Federal Regulators Offer Views on Redesigning Retail, Wholesale Energy Markets

The chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, several FERC commissioners and numerous state public utility commissioners, along with electric power and natural gas company representatives will be offering their views on “Redesigning Wholesale and Retail Energy Markets” at a two-day conference April 29-May 1 in Washington, DC.

April 24, 2015
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