Pipeline Constraints, Record Low Storage and Price Volatility Send Shivers Through Natural Gas Markets

Interim report arrives as the U.S. focuses on polar vortex and life-saving heating fuels Austin, TX (February 7, 2019) – Drillinginfo, the leading energy SaaS and data analytics company, has released its annual Natural Gas Winter Update, the latest installment of its FundamentalEdge series. This interim report covering natural gas market fundamentals arrives the U.S. experiences a relatively normal winter contrasted by headlines fixated on the deadly impacts of the polar vortex in the Midwest. “While the press may be focused on the polar vortex in one region of the country, we continue to look at America’s overall energy production and use, and how that affects markets globally,” said Rob McBride, Senior Director of Market Intelligence for Drillinginfo. “While production in the Northeast and Permian continues to grow, storage levels entered the winter at record lows.  Early cold led to extreme price volatility which has since subsided as storage levels and weather returned closer to normal,” added McBride. Key Takeaways from Drillinginfo’s Natural Gas Winter Update: Natural gas production continues to reach record high levels driven mainly by the Northeast.  Multiple pipeline expansions were brought online at the end of 2018. Demand for natural gas in the U.S. increased significantly… continue reading

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