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US EIA delays data releases due to systems issue

The US Energy Information Administration is delaying the bulk of its scheduled data releases for the week starting June 20 due to an unnamed systems issue, according to a June 22 statement.

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The Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report will be released as scheduled June 23, EIA said, but all other reports for the week will see delays. EIA did not specify how much of a delay to expect.

The Weekly Petroleum Status Report was already delayed a day due to a June 20 federal holiday, and was slated to be released later June 23.

An EIA spokesperson confirmed to S&P Global Commodity Insights that the petroleum status report will not be released this week.