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Natural Gas End of Day Summary: Henry Hub Softens

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US Henry Hub front month continues to be softer day on day, although has tapered earlier losses that were driven by an inventory build in line with expectations.

  • US Natgas JUL 24 down 2.9% at 2.96$/mmbtu
  • US Natgas DEC 24 down 1.9% at 3.83$/mmbtu
  • The EIA weekly gas inventories for the week ending June 7 showed an injection of 74 bcf compared to the expectation for an injection of 73bcf according to a Bloomberg survey and the seasonal normal injection of 89 bcf.
  • US storage inventories continue to hold a strong surplus with total stocks at 2,974 bcf compared to the previous five-year average of 2,401bcf
  • US domestic natural gas production was yesterday at 99.5bcf/d according to Bloomberg.
  • Domestic natural gas demand is today estimated at 69.4bcf/d according to Bloomberg.
  • Europe’s over-reliance on US LNG imports demonstrates the risks during the hurricane season on the region’s gas market this winter, according to LSEG, cited by Montel.
  • US terminal feedgas flows are today at 12.93bcf/d according to Bloomberg.
  • Chevron has deferred several cargoes due to the Wheatstone outage and Bloomberg sources suggest domestic gas resumption on June 27 although LNG production could start before.
  • Brunei LNG has exported its first cargo since its recent outage in May.
  • Canada’s West Coast has room for multiple LNG export projects to meet a burgeoning global energy demand, industry participants said, cited by Platts.
  • Venture Global has signed a non-binding agreement to supply LNG to D. Trading, the commercial arm of Ukraine power producer DTEK.
  • Subsidiaries of Saudi Aramco and NextDecade have agreed a non-binding Heads of Agreement for the sale and purchase of LNG for 20 years from Train 4 at the Rio Grande LNG Facility in Texas.
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US Henry Hub front month continues to be softer day on day, although has tapered earlier losses that were driven by an inventory build in line with expectations.

  • US Natgas JUL 24 down 2.9% at 2.96$/mmbtu
  • US Natgas DEC 24 down 1.9% at 3.83$/mmbtu
  • The EIA weekly gas inventories for the week ending June 7 showed an injection of 74 bcf compared to the expectation for an injection of 73bcf according to a Bloomberg survey and the seasonal normal injection of 89 bcf.
  • US storage inventories continue to hold a strong surplus with total stocks at 2,974 bcf compared to the previous five-year average of 2,401bcf
  • US domestic natural gas production was yesterday at 99.5bcf/d according to Bloomberg.
  • Domestic natural gas demand is today estimated at 69.4bcf/d according to Bloomberg.
  • Europe’s over-reliance on US LNG imports demonstrates the risks during the hurricane season on the region’s gas market this winter, according to LSEG, cited by Montel.
  • US terminal feedgas flows are today at 12.93bcf/d according to Bloomberg.
  • Chevron has deferred several cargoes due to the Wheatstone outage and Bloomberg sources suggest domestic gas resumption on June 27 although LNG production could start before.
  • Brunei LNG has exported its first cargo since its recent outage in May.
  • Canada’s West Coast has room for multiple LNG export projects to meet a burgeoning global energy demand, industry participants said, cited by Platts.
  • Venture Global has signed a non-binding agreement to supply LNG to D. Trading, the commercial arm of Ukraine power producer DTEK.
  • Subsidiaries of Saudi Aramco and NextDecade have agreed a non-binding Heads of Agreement for the sale and purchase of LNG for 20 years from Train 4 at the Rio Grande LNG Facility in Texas.