Natural Gas News – September 14, 2021

By Published On: September 14, 2021Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – September 14, 2021

Natural gas prices are rising and could be the most expensive in…

Natural gas prices have doubled this year and are expected to continue to rise, resulting in larger winter heating bills for some consumers and higher costs for electric utilities. Natural gas is plentiful in the United States and has been cheap for years, so the jump in prices this year is eye popping. It has also lifted the shares of companies that specialize in natural gas production, like EQT, Range Resources, Cabot Oil and Gas and Antero Resources. In the futures market, the natural gas contract for October rose above $5 per one million British thermal units, or mmBtus, for the first time since February, 2014. Besides electricity and heating demand, natural gas is an important feed stock and is used in the processing of chemicals, fertilizers, paper and glass, among other products. “We haven’t had tight suppli… For more info go to

GLOBAL GAS: US LNG supply buildout uncertainty tests global market…

Twenty-one months after the coronavirus erupted, Cheniere Energy is talking aggressively again about LNG expansion in the US. As the
country’s biggest exporter of the super-chilled power plant fuel, Cheniere’s assessment of the global market is often a signal of what the
industry can achieve more broadly. Yet even with Asian spot prices quadrupling over the last year and a further surge expected over the
winter, new long-term offtake deals for North American supplies have been limited to only a few operators and developers, including Cheniere. Proposed liquefaction sites in Canada and Mexico are getting a fresh look. Buyers still want shorter terms, pricing flexibility and, more recently, a commitment to reducing carbon emissions. That has caused some US projects to be scrapped, paused or further delayed. The like… For more info go to

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