Здравствуйте. Вся информация этого сайта бесплатна. Вы можете сделать пожертвование и поддержать наше развитие. Спасибо.

Hello. All information of this site is free of charge. You can make a donation and support our development. Thank you.

2018-01-22 07:45:00

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU

PLATTS - After see-sawing around Thursday's settle, the NYMEX February natural gas futures contract ultimately settled Friday at $3.185/MMBtu, 0.4 cent lower as an increasingly bearish demand picture forms through the end of January.

The February contract traded between $3.133/MMBtu and $3.246/MMBtu.

US National Weather Service forecasts through the end of January took a bearish turn Thursday with key Northeast and Upper Midwest demand markets projected to experience a high probability of above-average temperatures through February 1.

Platts Analytics' Bentek Energy demand projections mirrors this development, with US demand over the next 14 days expected to average just below 88 Bcf/d, possibly ending a wild January from a demand perspective with a whimper.

If projections shake out, January would close nearly 23 Bcf/d below the January-to-date average of 110.8 Bcf/d.

While the prompt-month contract held firm into the weekend, contracts down the curve weakened by larger margins, widening the deficit to the current prompt-month trading level.

The March futures contract ceded the most ground, shrinking 4.7 cents to $2.941/MMBtu while, deeper into the summer strip, July ceded 1.8 cents Friday to $2.858/MMBtu.

A contributing factor in the tepid movement of contracts down the curve comes as an updated extended weather service outlook Thursday shows above-average temperatures expected from February through May over the Northeast and Southeast, painting a bleak demand picture for the final days of winter.

Weaker demand levels could lessen the strain on national storage stocks currently sitting more than 12% below both year-ago and five-year-average levels, minimizing its impact on market movements, while production levels are expected to hold at 76 Bcf/d into February, more than 5 Bcf/d above last January, likely weighing on contracts down the curve.

-----

Earlier:

 Prices
2018, January, 3, 16:00:00

GAS PRICES UP TO $2.990/MMBTU

PLATTS - NYMEX February natural gas futures extended gains overnight in the US leading up to Tuesday's open, on the back of current and midrange weather support. At 7:20 am ET (1220 GMT) the contract was gripping the upside at $2.990/MMBtu, up 3.7 cents on the session.

 

 Prices
2017, December, 29, 11:40:00

GAS PRICES DOWN TO $2.643/MMBTU

PLATTS - After dropping 2.4 cents Tuesday to settle at $2.643/MMBtu, NYMEX January natural gas futures dipped then rallied ahead of Wednesday's open and the contract's expiry at the close of business, as traders mulled the likely impact on demand from weather outlooks.

 

 Prices
2017, December, 6, 12:05:00

GAS PRICES DOWN TO $2.933

PLATTS - Colder weather outlooks for major heating regions support the upside, while the recent and impending lackluster pace of storage erosion is keeping downward pressure on the market. At 6:50 am ET (1150 GMT) the contract was 5.2 cents lower at $2.933/MMBtu.

 

 Prices
2017, December, 1, 12:40:00

GAS PRICES DOWN TO $3.097/MMBTU

PLATTS - Having gained over 5 cents yesterday as the new front month contract, NYMEX January 2018 natural gas futures were lower ahead of Thursday's open and the morning release of the weekly storage data. At 6:45 am ET (1145 GMT), the contract was down 8.2 cents to $3.097/MMBtu.

 

 Prices
2017, November, 29, 09:30:00

NYMEX GAS PRICE: $2.928/MMBTU

PLATTS - A bullish weather forecast for much of the US provided a boost for gas futures coming out of the four-day Thanksgiving holiday, with NYMEX December settling Monday at $2.928/MMBtu, up 11.5 cents from Friday's close.

 

 Prices
2017, October, 13, 13:00:00

PRICES: OIL $52-54; GAS $3.03-3.19

EIA forecasts Brent spot prices to average $52/b in 2017 and $54/b in 2018, which is $1/b higher in 2017 and $2/b higher in 2018 compared with last month's forecast. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) average crude oil prices are forecast to be $3.50/b lower than Brent prices in 2018.

 

 Prices
2017, September, 20, 09:00:00

GAS PRICES UP TO $3.146

The NYMEX October natural gas futures contract jumped 12.2 cents Monday to settle at $3.146/MMBtu, with warmer-than-average weather expected to persist through the end of September across major demand areas.

Tags: GAS, PRICE
GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU October, 19, 11:30:00

ТРАГЕДИЯ В КЕРЧИ

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU October, 19, 11:25:00

OIL PRICE: NOT ABOVE $80

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU October, 19, 11:20:00

GAS FOR CHINA: THE BIGGEST

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU October, 19, 11:15:00

RUSSIAN LNG FOR GERMANY

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU October, 19, 11:10:00

RUSSIAN YAMAL LNG

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU October, 19, 11:05:00

EXXON'S LNG FOR CHINA

All Publications »

Chronicle:

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU
2018, October, 19, 11:00:00

NORWAY'S GAS FOR BRITAIN

PLATTS - Norwegian natural gas exports to the UK jumped to their highest in six months Wednesday as consistently high UK prices incentivized flows normally only reserved for wintry periods.

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU
2018, October, 19, 10:55:00

UZBEKISTAN'S NUCLEAR: $11 BLN

AZERNEWS - The estimated cost of construction of nuclear power plant of Russian design in Uzbekistan will be about $ 11 billion, the launch of the first power unit has been planned for 2028, the Aide to the President of the Russian Federation Yury Ushakov said.

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU
2018, October, 19, 10:50:00

IRANIAN GAS: 1 BLN CMD

SHANA - Managing Director of the Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company (IGEDC) Hassan Montazer Torbati said the supply of one billion cubic meters per day of natural gas by National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) was one of the goals of the company by 2021.

GAS PRICES: $3.185/MMBTU
2018, October, 19, 10:45:00

CHINA - BELGIUM NUCLEAR

WNN - China and Belgium have signed a framework agreement on cooperation in the peaceful use of nuclear energy. The agreement was one of several accords signed in Brussels yesterday during a meeting between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel.

All Publications »