Natural Gas News – February 6, 2024

By Published On: February 6, 2024Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – February 6, 2024

Natural Gas Prices Forecast: Traders Eyeing

Current Market Trends and Speculation Impact U.S. natural gas futures are showing a downward trend on Monday, reversing earlier gains that were driven by expectations of increased demand due to anticipated colder weather at the end of February. This shift in the market stems from a lack of new buying interest and the resilience of short sellers. At 13:53 GMT, Natural Gas Futures are trading $2.050, down $0.029 or -1.39%. The short-term weather outlook provided by NatGasWeather indicates a mix of rain and snow across the U.S., including a significant storm over California. With most regions experiencing near to warmer-than-normal temperatures, especially in the southern states, the national demand for natural gas remains very light. These mild conditions are expected to keep natural gas
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Exclusive: Russia’s Novatek Sets Up China Office

SINGAPORE/MOSCOW, Feb 6 (Reuters) – Russian natural gas producer Novatek (NVTK.MM), opens new tab is building a new China-based team to explore marketing the fuel, sources familiar with the plans said, as U.S. sanctions thwart plans for exports from its new multi-billion dollar Arctic project. The move illustrates Russian energy companies’ continued pivot to Asia, especially China, after the Ukraine conflict cut off their access to markets in Europe. A China operation may help Novatek find customers for its newest liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, Arctic LNG 2, after U.S. sanctions were imposed. Novatek, Russia’s largest LNG producer, has been building a Beijing-based business development and marketing team in recent months, six sources with knowledge of the matter said. The sources dec… For more info go to

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