Natural Gas News – November 16, 2023

By Published On: November 16, 2023Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – November 16, 2023

Natural Gas Prices Forecast: Heightened Volatility Expected

U.S. natural gas futures are experiencing an uptick ahead of two pivotal U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) weekly storage reports, due to be released at 15:30 GMT and 16:00 GMT, respectively. Market analysts anticipate volatile trading, with the release of two simultaneous EIA reports, a rarity in market trends. EIA Reports Predict Varied Storage Dynamics The first of the two EIA reports, delayed from last week, is expected to show a draw of -6 to -7 billion cubic feet (Bcf), significantly below the 5-year average of +36 Bcf. This forecast reflects the impact of colder temperatures. Conversely, the regular report for this week projects a substantial build, ranging from +32 to +44 Bcf, most notably at +40-44 Bcf, against a 5-year average of +20 Bcf. NatGasWeather forecasts for November 16-22 predict warm… For more info go to

Europe Energy Crisis: Have Natural Gas Prices Peaked?

Whilst crude produced some price swings, it has been, of late, the natural gas prices that have absorbed most of the impact as a result of the conflict in the Middle East. Natural gas prices were 15% higher in October. At one point, they rallied by 40% to touch an eight-month high – and given the geopolitical conflict is happening against the backdrop of a slowing economy, it is imperative to ask what will be the direction of gas markets moving forward, especially in Europe? In case of a full blown war, as estimated by Bloomberg Economics, we can see the global economy tipping into a recession wiping off $1 trillion and oil prices touching $150. Naturally this would cause gas markets to skyrocket as well. In fact, even more. However, the following analysis assumes that the war is either co… For more info go to

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