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Natural gas futures sold off across the winter strip Tuesday as markets awaited further clues on the timing and strength of a potential return to colder temperatures later this month. In the spot market, prices sold off across most of the Lower 48 on expectations for milder national demand over the next few days, though points in volatile New England lurched higher; the NGI Spot Gas National Avg. fell 8.0 cents to $4.545/MMBtu.

January natural gas futures were down 14.5 cents to $4.262/MMBtu shortly before 9 a.m. ET Wednesday as forecasters pointed to guidance showing warmer conditions could linger to the end of the month.

U.S. imports of Canadian heavy crude oil are expected to increase over the next two years, but the pace of oilsands growth in Canada is also expected to slow because the declining number of projects under active development, according to IHS Markit.

Enbridge Inc. has unveiled a $1.8 billion growth budget for its oil and natural gas pipelines, with additions at the northern and southern ends of the network in Alberta and the Gulf of Mexico region.


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