Natural Gas News – October 8, 2020

By Published On: October 8, 2020Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – October 8, 2020

EIA sees rising US gas demand, exports pushing up winter Henry Hub prices

Rising domestic demand for natural gas and improved LNG exports heading into the winter are likely to combine with declining production to push up Henry Hub spot prices to average $3.38/MMBtu in January 2021, the US Energy Information Administration said Oct. 6. In its October Short-term Energy Outlook, EIA also forecast that spot gas prices would stay above $3.00/MMBtu throughout 2021. Total market production was estimated to decline from an average of 100.04 Bcf/d in 2019 to 93.88 Bcf/d in 2020 and 94.38 in 2021, although the levels were up from the prior forecast. EIA raised its fourth quarter production estimate by 2.15 Bcf/d to 96.48 Bcf/d and its its Q1-21 production forecast by 1.24 Bcf/d to 94.04 Bcf/d. For more on this story visit or click

Tacoma: new LNG hub comes to North America’s west coast

A deep-water, major shipping hub in the US Pacific Northwest, the Port of Tacoma will soon be home to a new LNG facility capable of refuelling marine vessels. Jointly owned by Washington State utility Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and its commercial, sister company Puget LNG, Tacoma
LNG has achieved several industry ‘firsts’ since its ground-breaking on 1 November 2016. One of these ‘firsts’ is that when it opens in Q2 2021, Tacoma LNG will be the first LNG bunkering terminal on the west coast of North America. Moreover, it will serve a shared function, providing LNG for Puget LNG’s commercial customers, and the necessary natural gas reserves for PSE’s utility customers. For more on this story visit or

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