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Strong Demand and Production Dip Support US Natgas Prices

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US Natgas following global gas markets higher ahead of EIA stock data later

  • US Natgas SEP 22 up 1.8% at 9.42$/mmbtu
  • Robust domestic and overseas demand and low stock levels are supporting prices while strong US production has dipped slightly this week.
  • EIA weekly gas inventories were still 11% below the 5-year average on data last week. Expectation is for a build of 31bcf following a build of 44bcf last week and compared to a seasonal normal build of 48bcf for this time of year.
  • US Production is today estimated at 97.7bcf/d while demand is relatively unchanged from yesterday at 69.9bcf/d.
  • Deliveries to US LNG export terminals are strong at 11.27bcf/d considering the ongoing outage of Freeport LNG and exports to Mexico are up at 7.2bcf/d.
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US Natgas following global gas markets higher ahead of EIA stock data later

  • US Natgas SEP 22 up 1.8% at 9.42$/mmbtu
  • Robust domestic and overseas demand and low stock levels are supporting prices while strong US production has dipped slightly this week.
  • EIA weekly gas inventories were still 11% below the 5-year average on data last week. Expectation is for a build of 31bcf following a build of 44bcf last week and compared to a seasonal normal build of 48bcf for this time of year.
  • US Production is today estimated at 97.7bcf/d while demand is relatively unchanged from yesterday at 69.9bcf/d.
  • Deliveries to US LNG export terminals are strong at 11.27bcf/d considering the ongoing outage of Freeport LNG and exports to Mexico are up at 7.2bcf/d.