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3.265 +0.026    +0.80%
28/04 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu
  • Prev. Close: 3.239
  • Open: 3.242
  • Day's Range: 3.230 - 3.298
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Natural Gas 3.265 +0.026 +0.80%

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Oil Trader
Oil Trader 1 hour ago
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Australia to Restrict LNG Exports. On April 27, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced his government would introduce gas export restrictions from July 1, 2017. The aim of the Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism is to ensure the domestic gas market is adequately supplied before gas exports are permitted. “The shortage of domestic gas supplies has resulted in dramatically higher prices in Australia - higher than prices paid in the markets to which Australian gas is being exported,” said Turnbull. “Australians are entitled to have access to the gas they need at prices they can afford.” If an exporter is not a net contributor to the domestic market, that is, they draw more from the market than they put in, they will be required to outline how they will fill the shortfall of domestic gas as part of their overall production and exports.
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Marty McFly
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and? work the numbers, they tell you if that's important for the current season.
Oil Trader
Oil Trader 51 minutes ago
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I know that US consumption is the most important factor in henry hub price. So what? what do you want to say? it's bull ********
Marty McFly
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still troubled by numbers, are you? and thx for being rude and showing your old habits, again.
Oil Trader
Oil Trader 45 minutes ago
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I just posted the news, but your comment is very rude. Think before giving a meaningless comment.
Marty McFly
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do you?
Ron Clarke
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From March to Apeil of this year DUCs dropped by 5 in the Marcellus and Utica natural gas shale plays.
Marty McFly
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rigs have a different meaning now as compared to 5y ago because of the shale hoopla and the radically new technology (directional drilling). producers can and do switch rigs on and off and drill new ones as needed and that it's done on-the-fly.
Owe Martti Lemsalu
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Gas will go up to 3,7 in a month.
Marty McFly
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that'd be stellar for shorting
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