Oil Parity Spot Prices Appearing in
Oil parity spot prices are appearing in
EIA’s Reported Gas Stock Withdrawal Underwhelmed Considerably
The EIA’s reported 262 BCF gas stock withdrawal for the Reference Week underwhelmed considerably relative to a market consensus in the low 270s, but the
Could We See Day Ahead Dip into the Mid-50s?
What all this means for the balance of February and March is that the emerging weakness in underlying and year-on-year demand will not necessarily translate into day ahead gas prices that are sustainable under 60p/th. It is simply too easy to pull gas off the market in the
Renewable Additions Slowing during 2013, but Still Substantial
With more data now available across
What Could Trigger a Gas Price Spike?
Weather uncertainties surrounding the current month have contributed to recent price volatility, underscoring the “weather roulette” nature of the market. Regardless, a ~10% colder-than-normal February is a plausible scenario that would reduce end-February U.S. and Consuming East storage to ~1,200 BCF and under 500 BCF, respectively. Yet, CE storage and the region’s related supply reliability issues could resurface later this month, suggesting that another major price spike could be in the works. On balance, price risks are asymmetrical to the upside.
Canadian Gas Crunch Will Limit Exports to the U.S.
In the advent of additional weather-induced U.S. gas demand spikes in the weeks ahead, Canadian supply is unlikely to flow into the U.S. at the peak rates reached during the past two months. Storage scarcity concerns in the U.S. are even more acute in
Turkmenistan Ends Its Policy of “Free Gas For All”
Turkmenistan’s president has announced new prices for natural gas, ending the longstanding free supply to citizens in the energy-rich Central Asian nation. President Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov said in a resolution published in the official government newspaper on Saturday that each person would still be allowed up to 50 cubic meters of gas for free, but anything over that amount would require payment.
2014 Coal Supply Disruptions: Significant Volumes Losses, Subdued Pricing Impact
2014-to-date has been marked with several high-profile disruptions to coal supply. Curtailments in exports from
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