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Trading appears carefree in US natural gas markets

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Listen: Trading appears carefree in US natural gas markets

Natural gas futures and spot traders have little reason to be bullish as colder-than-normal temperatures blanket natural gas burning markets, with one exception: California. Production is still increasing, easing storage woes, and municipally owned utilities are taking advantage of current markets to sock away gas for next winter. Platts editors Valarie Jackson, Rodney White, Chris Tremulis and Patrick Badgley look at prices, news, and the trends emerging this summer.



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