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Listen: US gas prices soar on Arctic blasts

US natural gas prices -- both future and spot -- are soaring as the nation sees unusual winter cold. Platts’ Bentek unit sees at least 700 Bcf more gas coming out of storage by mid-February, worrying some analysts about end-of-winter levels. Gas Daily editors Rodney White and Bill Holland discuss while IFERC Gas Market Report’s managing editor Jessica Marron details the market action.



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