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US natural gas market sees inventories fall below the 5-year average

Featuring Jeff Mower, Samantha Santa Maria

May 9, 2013 12:00:00 EST (10:03 mins)

In this video, Jeff Mower and Samantha Santa Maria, discuss US natural gas prices having risen considerably in 2013, as winter demand has reduced inventories. Whereas the market appeared to be glutted last year, inventories are now below the 5-year average. Ongoing cold weather conditions are in stark contrast to a relatively mild winter last year when storage capacity limits for natural gas were severely tested.

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