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Daily Commentary & Archive

Today's Daily Commentary

Thursday, August 17, 2017
Natural Gas Pulls Back Ahead Of Today's Projected Near-Average +48 BCF Storage Injection; Oil Dips After EIA Reports 2-Year High Domestic Production Even As Inventories See Largest Weekly Drawdown For August 5-11 On Record; Nuclear Outages Hold Near 5-Year Low, Suppressing Natural Gas Substitution Demand



Daily Commentaries For The Last 30 Days:

Monday, August 14, 2017
Natural Gas Rises 7.5% Last Week After Temperature Forecast Warms & EIA Reports Bullish Storage Injection; Near-Average +48 BCF Storage Injection Projected For Thursday's EIA Report For August 5-11; Gas Demand Rises From Weekend Lows As Inventories To Top 3100 BCF Today Even As Surplus Drops To New 7-Month Low


Thursday, August 10, 2017
Natural Gas Rises For A Third Straight Day To A 2-Week High As Forecast Trends Warmer; EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bullish +39 BCF Weekly Storage Injection For July 29-August 4 In Today's Report; Oil Rises After Crude Oil Inventories Fall To A 10-Month Low Following A Bullish -6.5 MMbbl Drawdown


Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Natural Gas Rebounds To Start The Week While Oil Pressured Ahead Of OPEC Meeting; Tropical Storm Franklin Makes First Of Two Landfalls In Mexico, But Should Stay South Of US Oil & Natural Gas Infrastructure; Long-Term Temperature Forecast Moderates


Thursday, August 3, 2017
Natural Gas Holds Near 5-Month Lows Ahead Of Today's Projected Bullish +22 BCF EIA Storage Report; Gas Demand Steady As Western Heatwave Blows Away Daily Records While Fall-Like Weather Invades Central US; Crude Oil Erases Early Losses After EIA Data Shows Bearish Oil Withdrawal But Strong Refined Product Demand


Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Natural Gas Plunges 5% To A 5-Month Low Monday As Investors (Over)React To Weekend Cooling Trend In 2-Week Forecast; Gas Demand To Rise Today As East Coast Warms And West Coast Sizzles


Monday, July 31, 2017
Natural Gas To See Early-Week Pressure As 2-Week Temperature Outlook Cools, Even As Undervaluation Approaches 10%; Bullish +22 BCF Storage Injection Projected For This Week's EIA Report For July 22-28; Natural Gas Demand To Rebound After Weekend Slump As Record-Setting Heatwave Builds Across West


Thursday, July 27, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Bullish +26 BCF Natural Gas Storage Injection In Today's Report For July 15-21; LNG Feedgas Demand Rises To Record Levels As Train 4 Gears Up For Action; Oil Rises To 2-Month High After EIA Reports Large Storage Drawdown & (Deceptive) Production Decline


Monday, July 24, 2017
Natural Gas To Start The Week Under Pressure As Extended Forecast Trends Cooler, Even As Undervaluation Versus Fair Price Tops 7%; Near-Average +5 BCF/Day Daily Storage Injection Today As East Cools; Preliminary Modestly Bullish +27 BCF Weekly Storage Injection Projected For July 15-21


Thursday, July 20, 2017
Crude Oil Rises To 6-Week High After EIA Reports That Inventories Fell To A New 6-Month Low; EIA Projected To Announce Bullish +31 BCF Natural Gas Storage Injection In Today's Storage Report As Prices Hover Near 6-Week Highs; Gas Demand Rises As Nation Set To Record Warmest Day Of 2017 Today


Monday, July 17, 2017
Oil & Natural Gas Each Rise 4%+ On The Week Yet Both Remain Undervalued; Natural Gas Demand Poised To Rise Throughout The Week As The Heartland Heats Up; Exceptionally Bullish +31 BCF Storage Injections Expected For Each Of The Next 2-Weeks As Temperature Forecast Remains Hot


Friday, July 14, 2017
Natural Gas Falls For Second Day After EIA Reports Bullish +57 BCF Build In Line With Expectations; Gas Demand Falls Today As Cooler Air Sweeps Across Midwest & Northeast But Exceptionally Bullish +33 BCF Injection Projected For July 10-14; Natural Gas Remains Undervalued & A Solid Investment Under $3.00/MMBTU


Thursday, July 13, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Slightly Bullish +57 BCF Weekly Natural Gas Storage Injection For July 1-7 In Today's Report; Natural Gas Demand Holds Well Above-Average On East Coast Heat With Projected Storage Surplus To Fall Under +150 BCF This Evening For The First Time Since February


Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Natural Gas Rises To Open The Week As 2-Week Temperature Outlook Trends Warmer While Crude Oil Rebounds After News Of Possible Libya & Nigeria Production Caps; Gas Demand To Rise As East & Plains Warm With +4 BCF/Daily Storage Injection, Half The 5-Year Average


Monday, July 10, 2017
Natural gas Falls Over 5% On The Week After EIA Reports Larger-Than-Expect +72 BCF Injection As Production Rises; Long-Term Natural Gas Undervaluation Rises Above 9% As July Cooldown Fears Persist; Natural Gas Demand To Rise This Week, Beginning A String Of Bullish Injections