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Natural gas futures traded both sides of even Tuesday but ultimately held on to Monday’s gains as weather models continued to advertise cold temperatures in the East this week and next. In the spot market, more import constraints sent SoCal Citygate prices spiking, while Northeast and Mid-Atlantic points gained on the latest storm to hit the region this month; the NGI National Spot Gas Average climbed 7 cents to $2.75/MMBtu.

April natural gas was set to open Wednesday about 4 cents lower at around $2.748 as overnight weather models trended milder, particularly in the forecast for late March.

Production wasn’t the only thing that increased in Ohio’s oil and natural gas fields last year, as permitting bounced back from the lows of the commodities...


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