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Listen: US gas futures directionless, cash spikes in Boston and McClendon returns

North American natural gas futures contracts are trading sideways while looking for a fundamental change in weather or supplies, but cash prices introduced a lot of volatility in certain cities such as Boston. Additionally, Aubrey McClendon just closed on three deals for $4.25 billion: one doubles down on Ohio’s Utica Shale, and the other two are more curious. Platts editors Rodney White, TL Hamilton, Chris Tremulis and Bill Holland discuss.



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