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December 2, 2020, 1 Comment

Wednesday, December 2:    Jan’21 nat gas futures sold off early Tuesday, then rallied back to near flat.  Prices were initially lower after the European model shed more than 15 HDD’s but likely bounced on LNG feedgas reaching fresh all-time highs near 11 Bcf/day.  […]

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October 29, 2020, No comments

Thursday, November 29:  We are giving everyone opportunity to see what great Live HDD/CDD weather data we provide, as well as give access to our dail ...

Frosty Conditions & Strong Demand West & Plains to Open the Week

October 26, 2020, No comments

Monday, October 26:  The next several days should be exceptionally volatile due to expiration of Nov’20 Tue-Wed, and with the nat gas markets becom ...

Swing Back to Lighter National Demand This Week

October 19, 2020, No comments

Monday:  The Midwest and Great Lakes will be chilly to open the week in the wake of a recent cold shot with lows tonight again dropping into the 10s ...

  • Hurricane Delta to Track Into Gulf of Mexico
    October 6, 2020, No comments

    Tuesday, October 6:   Strengthening Hurricane Delta remains on track to enter the Gulf of Mexico today, then approach Louisiana late in the week and where it’s currently forecast to track near Cameron LNG for potential continued disrupt ...

  • New Tropical System Spinning Up Near Gulf This Weekend
    October 2, 2020, No comments

    Friday, October 2:  Of great interest ahead of the weekend break, a tropical depression is likely to form off the Yucatan Peninsula the next few days, then drift into the Gulf of Mexico early next week.  This could again impact production ...

  • Lighter Demand Early This Week
    August 31, 2020, 1 Comment

    Monday, August 31:    Hurricane Laura wreaked havoc on the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana last week, causing a 2-3 Bcf/day drop in nat gas production, but also with a 2.5 Bcf drop in LNG feedgas due to both Sabine Pass and Cameron LNG [&he ...