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Natural Gas Futures - Mar 15 (NGH5)

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2.672 -0.047    (-1.73%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.719
  • Open: 2.724
  • Day's Range: 2.639 - 2.731
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ken chan
ken chan Feb 01, 2015 08:24PM GMT
@vij, you argued that once ng becomes international commodity like oil, its price will follow the outside countries and go up. Please keep in mind that natural gas is not new product, if it could be an international commodity, it should have happened a long long time ago. Please don't compare ng to oil, natural gas resources are all over the world, China just discovered one of the world's largest ng resource under their seabed, ng supply can last for over 100 years for the whole China. Also, even if US starts exports of LNG, how many countries are willing to buy the more expensive Made In USA ng ? their little brothers Japan & India ? Exports of LNG won't have much dynamic change. in the world. Take a look at oil today, US oil has been beaten to now under $50 since they were predicted of their ambition of exporting their energy products. What about ng ? will the outside ng competitors just sit and let US take away their market shares by their LNG ?

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Huge Gas Bear Thomas
Huge Gas Bear Thomas Feb 01, 2015 07:42PM GMT
Hey VJ thanks again for earlier posts...I did a bit of research on NG....I think you said it has not hit $1.00 before.....Wow February of 1992 it hit like $1.05 I had no idea it was ever that low....Sure that's a long time ago....I wish I could find how much we had in storage during those years.....Anything is possible......
Mark Gimenez
Mark Gimenez Feb 01, 2015 07:52PM GMT
May I ask what website your getting your info from so that I can do a little research myself?
Huge Gas Bear Thomas
Huge Gas Bear Thomas Feb 01, 2015 08:06PM GMT
I did not do a ton of research.......Just played around a bit.....Heres a link, hope it works. http://futures.tradingcharts.com/historical/NG/1992/2/linewchart.html
Johnny  Staycation
Johnny Staycation Feb 01, 2015 08:34PM GMT
Huge GBT here is a link to eia site . Click on history an open the file. I use excel. Data goes back to 1993.. http://ir.eia.gov/ngs/ngs.html
Huge Gas Bear Thomas
Huge Gas Bear Thomas Feb 01, 2015 08:48PM GMT
Hey dood......Thanks appreciate it......Off to Super Bowl party will be sure to check it out later.....Good luck with the trading.....Hope your on this train with me....Kinda lonely seems like so many are long.....Lolz
Johnny  Staycation
Johnny Staycation Feb 01, 2015 08:59PM GMT
Me too , party at neighbors ......
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