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US natural gas industry tries to look to prices, demand beyond shoulder season

September 30, 2015 (6:27 mins)



Despite strong natural gas burn in the power sector, US gas demand has not kept up with supply, and prices are lower than last year. Will fall and winter be more of the same? Platts gas team members Curt Mrowiec and Chris Pedersen join Bentek Energy analyst Thad Walker to assess recent market movements, overall power burn and demand, whether producers are scaling back in light of ample supply and low prices, and what sort of demand -- including exports -- could help shape the fourth quarter.


The following Platts assessments were discussed in this podcast:
Price Date
Algonquin city-gates daily spot assessment $2.055/MMBtu 09/29/2015
National average spot price assessment $2.450/MMBtu 09/29/2015



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