Daily Commentaries

Today's Daily Commentary

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Natural Gas Continues Its Decline To Open The Week As US Equities Routed; Natural Gas Inventories To Fall Below 1400 BCF This Evening For The First Time In 4 Years As Demand Rises On East Cooldown; Late Winter Storm Targets Entire I-95 Corridor Tonight & Wednesday

Daily Commentaries For The Last 30 Days:

Monday, March 19, 2018
Low-Volatility Natural Gas Trading Continues With Seasonally Cool Temperatures Expected Through Early April; Gas Demand To Dip But Remains Above-Average Today As Southeast Warms With Early-Season Severe Weather Outbreak Possible; Natural Gas Undervalued--But Justifiably So

Friday, March 16, 2018
Natural Gas Falls For A Second Day As EIA Storage Report Disappoints; Gas Demand To Remain Strong Through Next Week With Consecutive Bullish Weekly Inventory Withdrawals Likely As Another Nor'Easter Targets New England; Rapidly Approaching Shoulder Season to Pressure Supply/Demand Balance & Prices As Production & Canadian Imports Rise

Thursday, March 15, 2018
EIA Projected To Announce Slightly Bullish -103 BCF Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal For March 3-9 Today; Gas Demand To Tumble Today As East Coast Temperatures Moderate; Crude Oil Storage Surplus Hangs On After Larger-Than-Expected Inventory Build, But Gasoline Inventories Plunge In Overall Bullish Petroleum Status Report

Monday, March 12, 2018
Natural Gas Yawns Its Way To A 1% Weekly Gain As Bullish Weekly Storage Withdrawals Expected For The Next Two Weeks; Gas Demand To Rebound Today As Powerful Nor'Easter Targets New England (Again); LNG Feedgas Demand To Plateau As Cove Point Enters Service, But Capacity Will Surge Late This Year Into 2019

Thursday, March 8, 2018
EIA Projected To Announce Bearish Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal In Today's Report For February 24-March 2, But Bullish Triple Digit Draws Now Expected For The Next Two Weeks As Temperature Outlook Trends Colder; Crude Oil Sells Off Despite EIA Reporting Slightly Bullish Inventory Build As Domestic Production Surges

Monday, March 5, 2018
In Like A Lion: Active March Weather Pattern to Drive Colder Temperatures And Boost Natural Gas Demand This Week & Next, Though Any Rallies Likely To Be Capped By Approaching Shoulder Season; Great Plains Blizzard To Pound Heartland Today As Gas Demand Slowly Rises & Inventories Drop Below 1600 BCF For The First Time In 3 Years

Thursday, March 1, 2018
Oil & Natural Gas Tumble As US Equity Markets Routed; EIA Announces Modestly Bullish Storage Build As Longstanding Storage Surplus Nearly Erased; EIA Projected To Announce Second Straight Bearish Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal In Today's Report On Record Northeast Warmth; Gas Demand To Bottom Today As Nor'Easter Targets New England

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Natural Gas & Oil Both Rally To Start The Week; Gas Demand To Fall Today As Great Lakes & Ohio Valley Turn Unseasonably Mild; LNG Export Tanker Gemmata Becomes The First To Dock At Cove Point, Signaling An Impending Rise In Feedgas Demand; Nuclear Reactor Outages Hold At 5-Year Lows As Maintenance Season Begins

Monday, February 26, 2018
Natural Gas Rebounded 4% Last Week, But Could Come Under Pressure This Week As Bearish Demand Continues & March Outlook Trends Warmer; Warmer Temperatures To Dominate The East Today With Bearish -9 BCF/Day Daily Storage Withdrawal Expected; Is Natural Gas Really Undervalued?

Thursday, February 22, 2018
Double Header: EIA Projected To Announce Bearish -116 BCF Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal For February 10-16 While First Crude Oil Inventory Withdrawal for February 10-16 Since 2002 Possible; Natural Gas Demand Rises As East Cools With Storage To Drop Below 1700 BCF Tonight For The First Time Since April 2015

Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Natural Gas Rises 2% To Start The Week On Oversold Bounce & Optimism For Cold Start To March; Gas Demand To Rebound Today From Tuesday's Lows As Arctic Cold Front Presses Eastward, Even As East Remains Unseasonably Mild; LNG Feedgas Demand Rebounds As Flows Resume At Cove Point Plant

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Natural Gas Looks To Bounce In Holiday-Shortened Week As A Colder-than-Average Start To March Looks Increasingly Likely; But Before That, Natural Gas Demand To Tumble Today As Record Warmth Engulfs East, Driving Second Straight Bearish Weekly Storage Withdrawal