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Listen: As winter demand wanes, US gas markets wait for next driver

The US natural gas markets are transitioning to spring, and now the industry is wondering where the big demand drivers will be as the weather warms. Will power burn come in and "save the market" this year? Senior pricing specialist Curt Mrowiec, associate editor Patrick Badgley, and Bentek Energy analyst Thad Walker put this winter to rest by giving it some historical context, explaining how the first week of spring has been affecting markets, and looking forward to the spring and summer.



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