Tag: Natural gas prices

Low Natural Gas Prices Fuel The US LNG Bull Run

| February 12, 2019 | 0 Comments
Low Natural Gas Prices Fuel The US LNG Bull Run

It is the legally mandated purpose of a for-profit corporation to make money for its owners and to prioritize that goal above all else. So, it is no surprise that U.S. natural gas producers have been seeking relief from domestic prices that have generally hovered between $2 and $4 per thousand cubic feet for most of […]

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5 Predictions For The Energy Sector In 2019

| January 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
5 Predictions For The Energy Sector In 2019

As we begin 2019, the energy markets and the stock markets are experiencing extreme volatility. Both underwent steep declines during the latter part of last year, but both are off to a fast start in the new year. How might this all play out in 2019? Below are my predictions for the significant energy trends I […]

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4 Natural Gas Stocks To Buy For A Cold Winter

| October 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
4 Natural Gas Stocks To Buy For A Cold Winter

A cold winter could lead to hot performance from these natural gas stocks Natural gas prices finally are showing some signs of life. Prices have rallied of late amid projections for a colder winter — and higher natural gas demand. A current national average near $3.20 represents an eight-month high — despite the recent dip […]

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OK… This Just Isn’t Adding Up!?

| April 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
OK… This Just Isn’t Adding Up!?

Natural gas investors received quite a surprise last Thursday.  The US Energy Information Adminstration’s (EIA) weekly inventory report revealed 24 billion cubic feet (bcf) of gas went into storage for the week of April 11th.  That’s nearly 50% lower than the consensus analyst estimate of 40bcf going into the report.  Upon hearing the news, investors […]

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Natural Gas: $4.50 Is The Line In The Sand…

| January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas:  $4.50 Is The Line In The Sand…

No doubt about it, tomorrow’s US Energy Information Administration (EIA) natural gas inventory report is going to be a whopper… As you may be aware, a “Polar Vortex” encompassed a large swath of the US in bitterly cold temperatures last week.   Thanks to the frigid weather, consumers likely cranked up natural gas demand to record […]

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Strange Behavior For Natural Gas…

| August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
Strange Behavior For Natural Gas…

Something strange happened last Thursday… That’s when the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) released their weekly natural gas inventory report.  For the week of August 2nd, storage inputs jumped to 96 billion cubic feet (bcf)– much larger than the 76 bcf storage addition expected by analysts.  In case you’re unaware, this is decidedly bearish data […]

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