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  • Despite bullish national production readings, weekly natural gas cash prices retreated alongside a West Texas supply glut and festering headwinds in the region.  NGI’s Weekly Spot Gas National Avg. for the April 8-12 period lost 25.0 cents to $1.210/MMBtu. West Texas prices, as they did the prior week, proved the principal source of weakness. Waha… […]
  • Natural gas futures were bound by a narrow range of gains and losses Friday. This capped a topsy-turvy trading week that featured falling production and an early rally, but also rapidly waning weather demand and choppy LNG activity that later sapped sentiment. At A Glance: Mild weather ahead Output near 99 Bcf/d Storage surplus holds… […]
  • The Amigo liquefaction project planned in western Mexico has been positively impacted by the Biden administration’s pause on new U.S. LNG export permits, according to LNG Alliance CEO Mutthu Chezhian. LNG Alliance is developing the Amigo LNG project at the port of Guaymas in Sonora on Mexico’s Pacific coast. The Amigo project would include a… […]
  • European Union (EU) lawmakers approved new rules that would allow member countries to limit LNG imports from Russia as cargoes continue to hit Europe’s ports in record numbers. Under the new gas market regulations, countries could legally block Russian exporters from being able to bid on liquefied natural gas import or storage capacity. “We have… […]
  • Natural gas industry advocates are taking aim at a trio of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) rules that petitioners argue would raise prices and eliminate consumer choice.  The American Gas Association (AGA), American Public Gas Association (APGA), the National Propane Gas Association, natural gas utility Spire Inc. and furnace manufacturer Thermo Products LLC filed petitions… […]