Weekly Natural Gas EIA Storage Report for 25th February

Weekly Natural Gas EIA Storage Report for 25th February

Here are the latest details from the U.S. Energy Information Administration regarding natural gas inventories.

U.S. based freeze-offs contributed to the lower natural gas production & higher natural gas prices.

The dry natural gas production fell by 21.0 bcf/d, declining primarily because of flow blockages, with a large portion of the decrease in natural gas production stemming from the Texas freeze.

This week's significant price increases for many natural gas hubs resulted from a freezing winter season, and the heating and power demand for natural gas. It seems like these factors, combined with a sudden decrease in natural gas production due to the pandemic, pushed the prices towards all-time highs, as reported by the Waha Hub and Chicago Citygate.

These domino effects from the supply & demand imbalance also led to solid price pressures in some less affected markets by the recent cold weather.

Sources: eia.gov

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