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Daily Commentary & Archive

Today's Daily Commentary

Monday, June 26, 2017
Natural Gas Demand Falls Below Average To Start The Week As September-Like Airmass Dominates East, But Early-July Forecast Trends Warmer Over The Weekend; Natural Gas Remains Undervalued & A Solid Long-Term Buying Opportunity; Preliminary Bullish +54 BCF Storage Injection Projected For June 17-23



Daily Commentaries For The Last 30 Days:

Friday, June 23, 2017
Natural Gas Flat For A Third Day After EIA Reports Weekly Storage Injection In-Line With Expectations; Preliminary +51 BCF Injection Projected For June 17-23, Second Smallest In Last 23 Years; Gas Demand Poised To Tumble Over The Weekend As Chill Shifts South


Thursday, June 22, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Bullish +58 BCF Weekly Natural Gas Storage Injection For June 10-16 As Commodity Falls To Near 4-Month Low; Gas Demand Rises Today As Above-Average Temperatures Return To East Ahead Of Weekend Cool Shot; Oil Falls To 10-Month Low As EIA Reports Another Weekly Rise In Production


Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Crude Oil Falls To 9-Month Low Ahead Of Today's EIA Petroleum Report As Supply Concerns Persist; Cooler Temperatures Likely To Reduce Natural Gas Demand Through The End Of June; Tropical Storm Cindy To Make Landfall Near Sabine Pass, Where LNG Feedgas Deliveries Have Fall To A 1-Month Low


Monday, June 19, 2017
Natural Gas Poised To Drop On Monday After Near-Term Temperature Forecast Cools Even As Commodity Remains Undervalued; Gas Demand To Weaken But Remain Above-Average As Heartland Cools While Southwest Bakes; Tropics Roar to Life With Two Early-Season Systems, But Significant Impacts On Gulf Infrastructure Not Expected


Friday, June 16, 2017
Natural Gas Surges 4% Off 3-Month Lows After EIA Reports Smaller-Than-Expected +78 BCF Weekly Storage Injection; Preliminary Exceptionally Bullish +55 BCF Weekly Storage Injection Projected For June 10-16, Smallest In 23 Years; Early-Season Tropical Storm(s) Possible In Atlantic Next Week


Thursday, June 15, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Slightly Bullish +82 BCF Natural Gas Inventory Build For June 3-9 In Today's Storage Report; Oil Falls To 6-Month Low After EIA Reports Large Gasoline Build; Gas Demand Holds Above-Average Today With +8 BCF Daily Storage Injection; Record-Setting Heatwave Across Southwest This Weekend To Drive Powerburn


Wednesday, June 14, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Second Straight Bearish Inventory Build As Market Loosens Rapidly; Natural Gas Demand Falters, But Remains Well Above-Average As East Sees Relief From Stifling Heat; Natural Gas Undervaluation Tops 4% As Commodity Closes Below $3.00/MMBTU


Monday, June 12, 2017
Powerburn To Boost Natural Gas Demand This Week As Heatwave Impacts Midwest & East; Gas Demand Rises Today With +7 BCF/Day Daily Storage Injection Expected As Storage Surplus Likely To Fall Below +220 BCF By Tonight For First Time Since February; CFTC Reports Restoration Of Natural Gas Long/Short Investor Balance


Thursday, June 8, 2017
Disaster! Oil Plunges 5% After EIA Reports Unexpected Crude Oil, Gasoline, & Distillate Inventory Builds; EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bearish +98 BCF Natural Gas Storage Injection For May 28-June 3 Today; Heatwave Likely To Boost Gas Demand Beginning This Weekend


Thursday, June 8, 2017
Disaster! Oil Plunges 5% After EIA Reports Unexpected Crude Oil, Gasoline, & Distillate Inventory Builds; EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bearish +98 BCF Natural Gas Storage Injection For May 28-June 3 Today; Heatwave Likely To Boost Gas Demand Beginning This Weekend


Wednesday, June 7, 2017
EIA Forecast To Announce Ninth Consecutive Crude Oil Drawdown In Today's Petroleum Report, But Expected Large Gasoline Build Blunts Bullishness; Natural Gas Demand To Fall To Near-Average Levels Today As East Cools Further; Powerburn Rises In June To 2Q 2017 Highs


Monday, June 5, 2017
Natural Gas & Oil Both Finish The Week With Steep Losses, Both Now Undervalued Versus My Fair Price; Near-Average +94 BCF Storage Injection Projected For This Week's EIA Natural Gas Storage Report With Seasonal Demand To Continue; Natural Gas Investor Sentiment Plunges In Latest CFTC Data


Friday, June 2, 2017
Natural Gas Stumbles To 10-Week Low After EIA Reports Larger-Than-Expected Injection Even As Undervaluation Rises; Crude Oil Fades & Finishes Flat Despite Huge Drawdown; Seasonal Temperatures & Memorial Day To Keep Gas Demand In Check With Near-Average +92 BCF Injection Projected For Storage Week Ending Today


Thursday, June 1, 2017
Oil & Natural Gas Falter With Each Falling To 1-Month Lows; Natural Gas Now Undervalued Versus Its Long-Term Average Fair Price; EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bullish +77 BCF Natural Gas Storage Injection & Exceptionally Bullish -8.7 MMbbl Crude Oil Drawdown Today


Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Help Support Celsius Energy & Earn Perks; Seasonal Natural Gas Demand Expected To Persist This Week While Injections Likely To Lag Year-Over-Year; Natural Gas Remains Overvalued Versus Fair Price With Near-Term Weakness Possible


Thursday, May 25, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bullish +69 BCF Weekly Natural Gas Storage Injection In Today's Inventory Report For May 13-19; Crude Oil Drops For First Day In Six Despite Larger-Than-Expected Inventory Drawdown As Investors Eye OPEC; LNG Feedgas To Sabine Pass Dips


Thursday, May 25, 2017
EIA Projected To Announce Modestly Bullish +69 BCF Weekly Natural Gas Storage Injection In Today's Inventory Report For May 13-19; Crude Oil Drops For First Day In Six Despite Larger-Than-Expected Inventory Drawdown As Investors Eye OPEC; LNG Feedgas To Sabine Pass Dips


Monday, May 22, 2017
Natural Gas Investor Sentiment Climbs To New 52-Week High Despite 5% Weekly Loss And Continued Overvaluation; Gas Demand Remains Robust On Chilly Temperature Pattern With Third Consecutive Bullish +66 BCF Storage Injection Expected In This Week's EIA Storage Report; Above-Average Demand Likely To Persist This Week As Well


Monday, May 22, 2017
Natural Gas Investor Sentiment Climbs To New 52-Week High Despite 5% Weekly Loss And Continued Overvaluation; Gas Demand Remains Robust On Chilly Temperature Pattern With Third Consecutive Bullish +66 BCF Storage Injection Expected In This Week's EIA Storage Report; Above-Average Demand Likely To Persist This Week As Well