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Listen: Can N. American gas be saved by coal retirements, power burn?

North American natural gas production is outstripping demand, and increasing power demand due to the forced retirement of coal plants may not be enough to stabilize gas prices going forward. Senior pricing specialists Curt Mrowiec and Chris Pedersen and Bentek Energy senior analyst Bob Yu analyze recent spot and forwards market movements, production, storage, demand and the Bentek forecast for the short-term state of gas.



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