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Listen: Higher gas demand taking some pressure off well-supplied North American markets

Pipeline maintenance and an uptick in gas-fired power generation are supporting price movements in North American spot and forwards natural gas markets. Curt Mrowiec and Chris Pedersen, senior pricing specialists at Platts, and Thad Walker, energy analyst with Bentek Energy, detail the current strength in the spot market, storage injections, downward pressure in forwards markets, and how much gas demand has increased compared to 2014.



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