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Domestic natural gas production growth is expected to keep pace with demand and exports this year, and inventories will build faster than the five-year average, keeping a lid on Henry Hub prices, which are expected to average just $2.89/MMBtu in 2019, according to the Energy Information Administration.

Natural gas storage used to be a must for the Lower 48, but abundant onshore supply has upended the market...

After a furious rally to start the week, natural gas futures bulls took a breather Tuesday as the latest forecasts eased cold expectations somewhat. With markets zeroed in on the prospect of a shift to frigid temperatures starting this weekend, spot prices gained across most regions; the NGISpot Gas National Avg.finished 16.5 cents higher at $3.730/MMBtu.

February natural gas futures were trading about 11.1 cents higher at $3.612/MMBtu shortly before 9 a.m. ET Wednesday as major weather models continued to advertise a stretch of frigid, Arctic-influenced temperatures set to commence later this month.


RT @energizeWV: Bob Orndorff @DominionEnergy discusses the tremendous 434% growth in WV pipeline construction jobs between 2017-18 on today…

Total direct industry wages rose from just over $1 billion in 2016 to more than $1.5 billion in 2017. For the firs… https://t.co/7vz7w16fj2

While fluctuating depending on the time of year, pipeline worker employment increased by 434% between the first qua… https://t.co/Yjlb8ewn8y

According to data recently released by WorkForceWV: 22,514 workers were directly employed in the state’s oil and na… https://t.co/ZAfKPhrsLf