Nat Gas News – January 25, 2017

Click here to read the latest NGN In the News SoCalGas withdraws natural gas from Aliso Canyon field, citing high demand after storm The Los Angeles Daily News reports: Southern California Gas Co. has resumed withdrawing natural gas from its Aliso Canyon storage facility on Tuesday near the northwest San Fernando Valley in light of […]

Nat Gas News – January 24, 2017

Click here to read the latest NGN In the News The days of cheap natural gas are over Forbes reports: Natural gas prices averaged a little more than $2.50 per mmbtu (million British Thermal Units) in 2016. Those days are over. Prices willaverage at least $3.50 to $4.00 in 2017. Prices have more than doubled […]

Nat Gas News – January 23, 2017

Click here to read the latest NGN In the News U.S. natural gas production will increase in 2017 Forbes reports: After the first fall in U.S. dry gas production in more than a decade in 2016, output is sure to regain its upward trend in 2017. No wonder, EIA has Henry Hub prices increasing from $2.50/MMBtu last year […]

Weekly Price Review

By Dr. Nancy Yamaguchi Oil prices opened the week at $52.55 on Tuesday following Martin Luther King Day in Monday. Prices were flat on Tuesday, but they slid to around $51/b on Wednesday. Prices on Thursday and Friday crept back into the neighborhood of $51.50. Today’s crude and product prices are continuing to increase, but […]

Natural Gas News – January 20, 2017

Click here to read the latest NGN In the News U.S. regulator to probe Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline rates Reuters reported: U.S. federal energy regulators said Thursday they would investigate rates charged by two natural gas pipelines operated by Kinder Morgan Inc to determine if they may be over-recovering costs, resulting in unjust and […]

Nat Gas News – January 19, 2017

View today’s complete Natural Gas News report In the News  Exxon Mobil buys Bass family holdings in Permian for $6.6 billion Star-Telegram reports: Exxon Mobil is buying 275,000 acres in the booming Permian Basin oil fields from the Bass family for $5.6 billion in stock and $1 billion in contingent cash payouts. The Irving-based oil company said Tuesday […]

Natural Gas News – January 18, 2017

View today’s complete Natural Gas News report In the News  Aliso Canyon natural gas field could reopen after public hearings  89.3 KPCC (Pasadena, CA) report: state oil and gas regulators say they completed a safety review of a Los Angeles gas storage facility where a blowout spewed methane for nearly four months. Based on that, they […]

Natural Gas News – January 17, 2017

View today’s complete Natural Gas News report In the News  ecoRI report: National Grid withdraws controversial pipeline tax  National Grid has ended its controversial plan to charge its electricity customer for natural-gas pipeline projects, aconcept known as the “pipeline tax.” National Grid described the plan as “entering into long-term contracts for natural gas pipeline infrastructure and […]

Mansfield Power and Gas Weekly

Analysis by Martin Trotter After disappointing storage data the previous week, demand bounced back, registering a withdrawal of just over 150 bcf for last week’s storage report. The withdrawal, which exceeded some expectations, marked a notable increase in consumer demand week over week and edged storage levels down closer to the 5 year average. While […]

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