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  • Thursday:  Today’s EIA weekly storage report is expected to show a build of +59-60 Bcf by most national survey averages, slightly larger than the 5-year average of +51 Bcf. It was cooler than normal over the northern US and far West, while hotter than normal across the southern ½ of the country.  Our algorithm predicts a build of +63-65 Bcf, a touch to the bearish side of expectations.

     

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