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Henry Hub Hits Lowest Since April 17

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Henry Hub front month has fallen to its lowest intraday level since April 17, as milder weather and high storage inventories add additional pressure.

  • US Natgas MAY 24 down 6% at 1.7$/mmbtu
  • US Natgas OCT 24 down 2.3% at 2.56$/mmbtu
  • Forecasts have shifted towards milder weather for the period until May 3, according to Commodity Weather Group, cited by Bloomberg.
  • Results of a Bloomberg survey showed that US gas inventories probably rose by 86 bcf last week, above the five-year average rise of 59 bcf for that period.
  • Feedgas flow to US LNG export terminals are estimated at 12.4bcf/d today according to Bloomberg with Freeport feedgas of 0.43bcf/d.
  • US domestic natural gas production fell to 97.7bcf/d according to Bloomberg compared an average of 98.5bcf/d in the previous week.
  • Natural gas demand is slightly higher on the day but still near at 68.5bcf/d today according to Bloomberg.
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Henry Hub front month has fallen to its lowest intraday level since April 17, as milder weather and high storage inventories add additional pressure.

  • US Natgas MAY 24 down 6% at 1.7$/mmbtu
  • US Natgas OCT 24 down 2.3% at 2.56$/mmbtu
  • Forecasts have shifted towards milder weather for the period until May 3, according to Commodity Weather Group, cited by Bloomberg.
  • Results of a Bloomberg survey showed that US gas inventories probably rose by 86 bcf last week, above the five-year average rise of 59 bcf for that period.
  • Feedgas flow to US LNG export terminals are estimated at 12.4bcf/d today according to Bloomberg with Freeport feedgas of 0.43bcf/d.
  • US domestic natural gas production fell to 97.7bcf/d according to Bloomberg compared an average of 98.5bcf/d in the previous week.
  • Natural gas demand is slightly higher on the day but still near at 68.5bcf/d today according to Bloomberg.