Natural Gas News – March 28, 2024

By Published On: March 28, 2024Categories: Daily Natural Gas Newsletter

Natural Gas News – March 28, 2024

Are Lower Lows On The Horizon

On February 7, in a Barchart article that asked, “How low can natty gas go,” I wrote: Natural gas is a volatile energy commodity that tends to take no prisoners when it decides to move higher or lower. One of the most significant factors for the path of least resistance of prices is if the market becomes overly long or short. In February 2024, speculators are short. The extent of those risk positions could determine the path of least resistance of prices and if the energy commodity could stage a substantial rally over the coming weeks and months. Natural gas’s penchant for price variance means all risk positions require a plan with risk-reward horizons. While altering the plan’s dynamics when natural gas prices move in the anticipated direction is acceptable, adjust stops to protect profits and capital.
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Testing Multi-Year Low

US Natural Gas futures are slightly higher on Thursday as traders await the latest US Energy Information Administration (EIA) storage report. Despite the potential for short-term fluctuations, the market is expected to continue its current trend, influenced by weather conditions and storage levels. Although today’s report could fuel a
knee-jerk counter-trend rally. At 13:08 GMT, Natural Gas Futures are trading $1.740, up $0.022 or +1.28%. Recent weather reports from NatGasWeather indicate most of the US experiencing warmer temperatures, with some cooler exceptions in the Southwest and Northern Plains. This mild weather reduces the need for heating, contributing to a surplus in natural gas storage, currently estimated at +674 billion cubic feet (Bcf). The anticipated storage draw is
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