Tag: natural gas prices

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 21-25 November

Natural gas spot price continued to sharply fall during most of last week, while the Henry Hub future price started to rise again. Due to these changes the Contango reached new highs during last week:  by November 23rd the gap…

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 14-18 November

Natural gas prices continued to freefall during most of last week; the winter is slowly entering the U.S. but it appears that it’s not cold enough to pressure natural gas prices to rise. The Contango is still high and was…

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 7-11 November

Natural gas market continues to cool down even though the weather in the US. keeps getting colder on a national level; this change might be stem, in part by the slightly warmer weather in the East coast –  the region…

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 31 Oct 4 Nov

Natural gas market changed direction as natural gas prices fell during the first week of November, despite the increase in natural gas consumption in the U.S. as the winter has started early this year. The Contango reached new highs and…

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 17-21 October

Natural gas market changed direction again and natural gas prices slipped during last week. The Henry Hub future price (short term) outperformed the spot price during the second part of last week. By the end of the week the Henry…

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 10-14 October

Natural gas market zigzagged during the week as the Henry Hub prices changed directions a few times throughout the week. The Henry Hub future price (short term) outperformed the spot price during most of the week. By the end of…

Natural Gas Prices– Weekly Recap 3-7 October

Natural gas market continues to cool down as it did in recent weeks: the Henry Hub price declined during last week and ended the first week of October at $3.40/ MMbtu – the lowest price level in 2011. Furthermore, the…

Natural gas declining storage and prices – Dec 27

The last week of the year starts off at a slow pace for major commodities as most of their prices had very little fluctuations. This characterization could be referred to, among other, Crude oil prices, Gold prices and Silver prices;…