Natural Gas Futures - Jun 14 (NGM4)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

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Darth Trader
Darth Trader Apr 24, 2014 08:20PM GMT
Let's address this sub 1000bcf issue. I have examined 20 years of data. From the 'shortage' to October (when seasonality generally kicks in) In 94, we refilled to 3000. In 96, we refilled to 2700. In 2001, we refilled to 3100. In 2003, we refilled to 3100. Is there any real evidence to support why we couldn't refill again? We've done it four times since we've dropped below 1000bcf.
Horizon Runner
Horizon Runner Apr 24, 2014 08:28PM GMT
Of course not DT, in fact all evidence points to refilling to those levels with ease. Production has tripled in just 4 years according to the EIA site and reserves are larger than ever and growing. Technologies are better and more efficient, more pipelines more everything. Injection is no issue, despite what the NG conglomerates and their lackies would try to have us believe. There are no true fundamentals supporting this price except a lack of pumping hoping for higher prices.
hey Sid
hey Sid Apr 24, 2014 08:30PM GMT
production increase vs population increase NIL'S itself...
hey Sid
hey Sid Apr 24, 2014 08:36PM GMT
do you know what was the spring price of NG in those years going from MARCH to JUNE ??? rsmenergy . com/reports/NYMEX.pdf download the PDF to have a look from 2000 onwards..
MR. TEE Apr 24, 2014 08:36PM GMT
this is a damn good question. With a cooler summer and warm winter coming there is ZERO reasons in filling up.
Darth Trader
Darth Trader Apr 24, 2014 08:37PM GMT
Thanks HR. In 2003 we dropped down to 660 (lowest in 20 years). We still made it to 3100 by October). By June we were at 1600... that's a 3x refilling rate.
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jeremiah longhorne
jeremiah longhorne Apr 24, 2014 08:07PM GMT
HEY KEN CHAN! did you get HND at $5 like i told you on monday
jeremiah longhorne
jeremiah longhorne Apr 24, 2014 08:08PM GMT
bullish engulfing candlestick for hnd and bearish engulfing for natgas today.i got a sell stop at $4.99
jeremiah longhorne
jeremiah longhorne Apr 24, 2014 08:09PM GMT
one penny.thats it thats all .lol damn im cheap
hey Sid
hey Sid Apr 24, 2014 08:21PM GMT
still don't see the hit of 30 on RSI(14) on HND.TO....or DGAZ for that matter
ken chan
ken chan Apr 24, 2014 08:35PM GMT
nice to see you again JL, I did fully listen to you and load with more hnd at 5.04 right after the report today. We altogether will soon be rich enough to buy all the ng wells in US and control the injections figures !! It will be our turn to manipulate the ng price and get even richer, more than enough to pay for the Americans to remove Obama and vote me as the succeeding president. As the US president, I will approve NG free of charge plus rebate of $100/household. ALL the bulls will ended up being killed ! No more bull in the world haha
hey Sid
hey Sid Apr 24, 2014 08:41PM GMT
nice humor.... made my day !!!

jake pojawis
jake pojawis Apr 24, 2014 08:06PM GMT
if indeed there is an Indian holdiay today, traders will be buying at a frenzy tomorrow. Those traders never know when to stop.
TippCityTom Apr 24, 2014 08:14PM GMT
or opposite will happen it will go down tonight and tomorrow in contract merge week and selling "frenzy' will occur
jake pojawis
jake pojawis Apr 24, 2014 08:18PM GMT
there is no word for "sell" in Indian language, lol... as witnessed in March
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