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US Follows Energy Markets Higher on Russia Risks

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US Natgas advances along with the wider energy markets as Russia steps up the war in Ukraine.

    • US Natgas OCT 22 up 4.5% at 8.06$/mmbtu
  • Support also comes from a weather forecast shift further towards above normal temperatures for the west of US throughout the two week forecast period. East coast temperatures are still showing at or below normal. Current lower 48 dry gas demand is estimated at 68.1bcf/d compared to the 5-year average of approximately 64bcf/d.
  • Dry gas production dipped slightly yesterday down to 99.4bcf/d but remains strong and is limiting the upside moves.
  • US gas deliveries to LNG export terminals is steady at 11.54bcf/d while exports to Mexico are strong at 6.71bcf/d.
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US Natgas advances along with the wider energy markets as Russia steps up the war in Ukraine.

    • US Natgas OCT 22 up 4.5% at 8.06$/mmbtu
  • Support also comes from a weather forecast shift further towards above normal temperatures for the west of US throughout the two week forecast period. East coast temperatures are still showing at or below normal. Current lower 48 dry gas demand is estimated at 68.1bcf/d compared to the 5-year average of approximately 64bcf/d.
  • Dry gas production dipped slightly yesterday down to 99.4bcf/d but remains strong and is limiting the upside moves.
  • US gas deliveries to LNG export terminals is steady at 11.54bcf/d while exports to Mexico are strong at 6.71bcf/d.