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Natural Gas Futures - Sep 16 (NGU6)

 
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2.858 -0.015    -0.52%
29/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.873
  • Open: 2.853
  • Day's Range: 2.838 - 2.911
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Heedunk A Funk
Heedunk A Funk 4 minutes ago
Typical NG. Red at 1% or lower and green at 5% or higher. Like I said, stairs down, elevators up
Atomic Mouse
Atomic Mouse 37 minutes ago
higher natural gas prices pose a headwind for future demand growth. Higher natural gas prices will compete with renewables, resulting in a decline in natural gas demand at utilities by 2% in 2017 from 2016 levels, according to the EIA
E Miller
E Miller 2 hours ago
If you want to compare inventory based on a yr closer to this yr. it would be 2012. We have been 100bcf above it about every week and average monthly injections are about the same so average spot prices are.... 1/12. 2.67 1/16. 2.28 , 2/12. 2.51. 2/16. 1.99., 3/12. 2.17. 3/16. 1.73, 4/12. 1.95. 4/16. 1.92, 5/12. 2.43. 5/16. 1.92, 6/12. 2.46. 6/16. 2.59, 7/12. 2.95. 7/16. 2.82, 8/12. 2.84. 9/12. 2.85. 10/12. 3.32. 11/12. 3.54. 12/12. 3.34.
E Miller
E Miller 1 hour ago
I'm thinking prices will find a new balance not the 2000's extremes nor 2015 lows probably settle back in to 5yr average price per month . somewhere in the sweet spot 2.75/3.50. because ability to ramp production up and down IMO
Daks
Daks 1 hour ago
that will be different; stable and non volatile NG.
E Miller
E Miller 1 hour ago
Sux may have to find something else to get on lol
E Miller
E Miller 1 hour ago
Bet on*
E Miller
E Miller 1 hour ago
Not that their won't be spikes and dips just not at the extremes of late .... Main thing causing a lot of spike and dips is infrastructure bottlenecks. Just a thought could be same ole same ole just as easily too lmao
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