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Listen: Shades of the Past: US natural gas prices plunge to levels last seen in March 2016

The US gas market has fallen to pricing levels last seen in March 2016 amid record-high US gas production, a weak demand outlook, and storage above the five-year average.

S&P Global Platts natural gas pricing manager Ryan Ouwerkerk joins senior Gas Daily writer J Robinson and Platts Analytics natural gas analytics team lead Luke Jackson to discuss the current market conditions, the causes and market implications of the March 2016 price rout, and the outlook for US gas markets going forward.

For more on US gas markets at a time of transition, reserve your spot today for Platts' complimentary webinar, "Looking Ahead: The Energy Transition & Future of Index Development," at 10 am CDT on Thursday, April 16.