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Daily Commentary & Archive

Today's Daily Commentary

Friday, April 28, 2017
Natural Gas Dips After EIA Reports Neutral +74 BCF Storage Injection As The Commodity Remains Slightly Overvalued; Preliminary +56 BCF Storage Injection Projected For Week Of April 21-27 Ending Today; Broad & Prolonged Period Of March-Like Chill Next Week As Pair Of Potent Storms Draw Cold Air Southward



Daily Commentaries For The Last 30 Days:

Thursday, April 27, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bearish +71 BCF Weekly Natural Gas Storage Injection For April 15-21; Gas Demand Rises As Colder Temperatures Settle Across The Plains With Bullish +8 BCF Build Today; Crude Oil Flat After EIA Reports Very Bullish -3.6 MMbbl Weekly Draw As Exports Spike, But Bearish Refined Product Builds


Wednesday, April 26, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Modestly Bullish +0.9 MMbbl Crude Oil Inventory Build, But Exceptionally Bearish +4 MMbbl Gasoline Injection; Natural Gas Demand To Fall To Weekly Low As Detroit Pushes 80F; LNG Exports Continue To Drop


Monday, April 24, 2017
Natural Gas Falls 4% On The Week & Remains Overvalued, But Period Of Above-Average Demand Could Provide Temporary Support; Preliminary +52 BCF Weekly Storage Injection Projected This Week, 10 BCF Bullish; Natural Gas Demand Falls To Begin Week, But Remains Above-Average


Friday, April 21, 2017
Natural Gas Retreats After EIA Reports Larger-Than-Expected +54 BCF Weekly Storage Injection As Commodity Remains Overvalued; Gas Demand To Rebound Today As Colder Temperatures Settle South; Above-Average Demand To Persist Into Next Week With Bullish Weekly Injection Expected For April 22-28


Thursday, April 20, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Modestly Bearish +48 BCF Weekly Storage Injection In Today's Inventory Report; Gas Demand To Fall Today As Northeast Temperatures Rise; Oil Plunges Nearly 4% To 3-Week Low Despite Bullish Storage Draw After Surprise Gasoline Inventory Build & Continued Domestic Production Gains


Wednesday, April 19, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Fourth Consecutive Bullish Crude Oil Inventory Drawdown In Today's Petroleum Report; Natural Gas Settles At 2-Week Low As Persistently Mild Temperatures Prompt Bearish Storage Injections; Nuclear Reactor Outages Rise To 2017-High Stimulating Substitution Demand


ax Monday, April 17, 2017
Natural Gas Demand Opens The Week On A Low Note With Bearish +10 BCF Daily Injection Today As Mild Temperatures Dominate; Preliminary Bearish +46 BCF Weekly Storage Injection Projected For Thursday's EIA Report; Seasonal Temperature Forecast & Steep Contango Continue To Drive Natural Gas Overvaluation


Wednesday, April 12, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Bullish -1.3 MMbbl Crude Oil Storage Drawdown In Today's Petroleum Report As Market Continues To Tighten; Oil Fair Price Model Now Available On Celsius Energy; Natural Gas Demand Holds Steady With Bearish +8 BCF Daily Storage Injection Expected Today


Wednesday, April 12, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Bullish -1.3 MMbbl Crude Oil Storage Drawdown In Today's Petroleum Report As Market Continues To Tighten; Oil Fair Price Model Now Available On Celsius Energy; Natural Gas Demand Holds Steady With Bearish +8 BCF Daily Storage Injection Expected Today


Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Natural Gas Opens The Week With Small Loss While Oil Rises To 1-Month High; Gas Demand Rises Today As Midwest Turns Sharply Cooler; Nuclear Outages Top 5-Year Average, Driving Natural Gas Substitution Demand


Monday, April 10, 2017
New Daily Temperature Data Feature Now Available On Celsius Energy; Preliminary +3 BCF Weekly Storage Injection Projected For This Week's EIA Report; Natural Gas Demand Falls Over The Weekend to 2017-Low With +9 BCF Daily Storage Build Today; Crude Oil Settles At 1-Month High


Friday, March 31, 2017
Natural Gas Drifts Lower After EIA Reports Slightly Smaller-Than-Expected -43 BCF Weekly Storage Withdrawal; Gas Demand To Rise To 1-Week High With -2 BCF Daily Storage Withdrawal Expected Today As Nor'Easter Impacts New England


Thursday, March 30, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bullish -45 BCF Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal In Today's Report--Likely The Last Of The Season; Crude Oil Rises To 3-Week High After Inventories Rise To New Record On Smaller-Than-Expected Build


Wednesday, March 29, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Bullish +1.9 MMbbl Crude Oil Inventory Build In Today's Report, But Storage Levels To Still Climb To Second Consecutive All-Time High; Natural Gas Demand Holds Steady With Modestly Bearish +1 BCF Daily Injection; LNG Feedgas To Sabine Pass Continues To Slump