The bulls are fleeing the North American natural gas market as hopes for a hotter-than-normal summer have disappeared. That leaves the bears in charge with moderate August weather in the forecasts and predictions of five more weeks of above-average storage injections. Also: Appointing a former prosecuter to the top slot at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission hits some bumps in Congress. Platts editors Valarie Jackson, TL Hamilton, Chris Tremulis and Bobby McMahon discuss.
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