Natural Gas News – June 6, 2023

By Published On: June 6, 2023Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – June 6, 2023

Natural Gas Takes a Weekly Drubbing on EIA Report

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a higher-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies. Following the negative inventory numbers, futures fell more than 10% week over week. Another factor noted in last week’s slump is the expectation for comfortable temperatures and, therefore, lighter heating or cooling demand. In fact, the market hasn’t been kind to natural gas in 2023, with the commodity trading considerably lower year to date and briefly breaking below the $2 threshold for the first time since 2020. As tepid weather-related usage continues to impact the commodity’s consumption, we advise investors to focus on stocks like Chesapeake Energy CHK and Cheniere Energy LNG.… Natural Gas Engines Market Analysis International Industry Expansions

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