03/09/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report
The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was a withdrawal of 68Bcf (billion cubic feet) into Underground Storage for the week ending March 3d, 2017. This is 10Bcf above the median forecast of a 58Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 63Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 136Bcf. Source: eia.gov   

Market, Weather, Drilling & Geopolitical 

03/02/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report
The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was an injection of 78cf (billion cubic feet) into Underground Storage for the week ending February 24th, 2017. This is 7Bcf above the median forecast of a 0Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of  sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 67Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 132Bcf. Source: eia.gov 

Market, Weather, Drilling & Geopolitical 

02/23/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report
The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was a withdrawal of 89Bcf (billion cubic feet) from Underground Storage for the week ending February 17th, 2017. This is 2Bcf above the median forecast of a 87Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of  sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 131Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 158Bcf. Source: eia.gov   

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02/16/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report

The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was a withdrawal of 114Bcf (billion cubic feet) from Underground Storage for the week ending February 10th, 2017. This is 9Bcf below the median forecast of a 123Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of  sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 136Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 156Bcf. Source: eia.gov   

Market, Weather, Drilling & Geopolitical

02/09/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report
The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was a withdrawal of 147Bcf (billion cubic feet) from Underground Storage for the week ending February 3, 2017. This is 6Bcf below the median forecast of a 123Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of 23 sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 93Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 158Bcf. Sourice: eia.gov

Market, Weather, Drilling & Geopolitical 

02/02/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

02/02/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report

The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was a withdrawal of 87Bcf (billion cubic feet) from Underground Storage for the week ending January 27th, 2017. This is 1Bcf below the median forecast of a 88Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 169Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 166Bcf. Source: eia.gov   

01/26/2017 Weekly Energy Report Highlights

Weekly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report
The EIA Natural Gas Storage Report advised that there was a withdrawal of 119Bcf (billion cubic feet) from Underground Storage for the week ending January 20th, 2017. This is 3Bcf above the median forecast of a 116Bcf withdrawal, the average prediction of sector analysts and traders in the Dow Jones Newswires weekly survey. The withdrawal one year ago was 211Bcf and the 5-year average withdrawal is 176Bcf. Source: eia.gov   

Market, Weather, Drilling & Geopolitical 

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