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Natural Gas Tops $4.00/MMBTU For The First Time Since December 2018 As Investors Look Past Larger-Than-Expected EIA Storage Injection Towards Upcoming Lower 48 Heatwave; Gas Prices Overvalued At Current Levels—But That’s The Sign Of A Strong Bull Market; Natural Gas Inventories Projected To Peak Under 3500 BCF This Fall, Setting The Stage For A Tight (But Not THAT Tight) Heating Season; Gas Demand To Rise Today As Heat Returns To The Northern Plains

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Friday, July 23, 2021
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In its weekly Natural Gas Storage Report for July 10-16, the EIA announced Thursday morning that inventories rose by +49 BCF. This was 6 BCF above my +43 BCF projection and was 13 BCF bearish versus the 5-year average. With the build, storage levels rose to 2678 BCF while the storage deficit versus the 5-year average narrowed to -176 BCF. Inventories are -526 BCF lower than last year. Interestingly, despite the overall bearishness of the build, 3 out of the 5 storage regions saw injections (or withdrawals) that were at or bullish versus their respective 5 year averages. This was led by the Pacific Region which saw a -3 BCF withdrawal, a seasonal high and 3 BCF bullish versus its 5-year average +0 BCF. However, this was all cancelled out by the South Central Region whose +7 BCF injection as 14 BCF bearish all on its own versus the 5-year average -7 BCF withdrawal, thanks to persistently cooler-than-normal temperatures across the nation’s largest natural gas-consuming state of Texas. Non...

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Last 3 Daily Commentaries:

Wednesday, July 21, 2021
Natural Gas Soars To Two-And-A-Half Year High On Hotter Temperature Outlook While Oil Unenthusiastically Bounces; EIA Expected To Announce Bearish Crude Oil & Gasoline Inventory Builds In Today’s Status Report; Natural Gas Demand To Fall To Weekly Low Today On Chilly Great Lakes & Northeast Before Extended Recovery Begins

Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Natural Gas Rises Even As Broader Energy Sector Stumbles After Late July & Early August Temperature Outlook Trends Hotter; Gas Demand To Rise Slightly Today As New England Warms, But Another Bearish Injection Expected

Monday, July 19, 2021
Natural Gas Recovers On Friday To Finish The Week Flat, While Oil Pulls Back; Tight Global Storage Picture & Lofty Gas Prices Are Propping the Commodity Up As US Inventories Favor Much Lower Prices; Gas Demand; Gas Demand To Hold Near Steady Today—And The Rest Of The Week—As Cooler Temperatures Across the South & Ohio Valley Offset Northern Plains Heat

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