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Natural Gas Falls Slightly After Bullish EIA Withdrawal Comes In Weaker-Than-Expectations and Loose Supply/Demand Imbalance Weighs On Sentiment; Gas Demand Set To Rise Slightly Today As Ohio Valley Cools; Bullish Withdrawals Expected This Week And Next Week As Broadly Cool Pattern Expected To Persist, Though Sub-1800 BCF Seasonal Minimum Looks Less Likely

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Friday, March 24, 2023
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In its weekly Natural Gas Storage Report for March 11-17, the EIA announced Thursday morning that inventories fell by -72 BCF. This was a solid 27 BCF bullish versus the 5-year average but was 7 BCF weaker than my -79 BCF projection. With the withdrawal, natural gas inventories fell to 1900 BCF while the surplus versus the 5-year average narrowed to +351 BCF. Storage levels are up +504 BCF versus last year.

Four out of the five storage regions saw bullish withdrawals. In a reversal, it was the consistently bullish Pacific Region that came in bearish with flat inventories versus the 5-year average -2 BCF. On the other hand, the consistently bearish South Central Region saw a -6 BCF withdrawal, a solid 11 BCF bullish versus its 5-year average +5 BCF. Nonetheless, the South Central Region maintains, by far, the largest surplus versus the 5-year average at +290 BCF or +46%. Similarly, the Pacific remains far and away the most bullish region with a -91 BCF or -56% deficit. Overall,...

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Thursday, March 23, 2023
Natural Gas Swiftly Gives Up Tuesday’s Gains As Investors Look Past Cool Weather To Robust Inventories & Supply/Demand Mismatch; Oil Prices Rise After Better-Than-Expected EIA Petroleum Status Report; EIA Projected To Announce -79 BCF Natural Gas Storage Withdrawal Today In First Of A String Of Modestly Bullish Weekly Draws; Gas Demand To Fall Today With Daily Storage Injection Expected—But Builds Won’t Last

Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Natural Gas Bounces On Dip-Buying & Cooling Trend In The Near Term Models—But It Will Take More To Sustain The Rally; Oil Prices Snap Skid Ahead Of Slightly Bearish Expected EIA Petroleum Status Report Today; Gas Demand To Fall Today On Milder Northeast & Deep South With Daily Withdrawal Falling Below The 5-Year Average

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Sell First, Ask Questions Later; Natural Gas Fades In Listless Trading Session Even As Undervaluation Grows; Temperature Outlook Remains Favorable, But Supply/Demand Imbalance Is A Question Mark Heading Into Spring; Gas Demand To Fall Sharply Today As Much Warmer Temperature Return To The Northeast

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