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2.854 +0.008    +0.28%
26/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.846
  • Open: 2.841
  • Day's Range: 2.796 - 2.905
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Rich Malicka
Rich Malicka 1 hour ago
The most important takeaway is the area between current storage and 5yr avg that I enunciated back in Mar to April period to watch for and, more importantly, currently happening now -- the area or Integral between those statistics has flattened and collapsed toward the 5yr average over the couple of months, propelling the prices upward -- boy oh boy, if Gecko is right with 1100 bcf low vs my 1600 bcf -- that will be an explosion in prices that Smart Money is currently discounting.
Rich Malicka
Rich Malicka 1 hour ago
it's basically the lag that occurs in Oil & Gas Production rigs for the simple minded -- big wildcard here is how much Democrats control eliminating Coal & Fracking, and Regulation & Taxes on Fossil fuels (Cap & Trade) if they control the Presidency & 1 of the houses of Congress.
E Miller
E Miller 1 hour ago
Hard to pick a March low without a clearer picture of winter. At current production, normal winter .... 1400bcf maybe but who knows... GL
E Miller
E Miller 1 hour ago
Nor do the understand depletion rates. Frack wells dip about 50% in first 3 yrs and about 8% year over year after that. Even with greater efficiency, the depletion rate will steadily rise from here. It's starting to show now.
Keith Viks
Keith Viks 1 hour ago
so waht you think cap up or down ?
Sam Ware
Sam Ware 1 hour ago
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