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Listen: Will winter ever end? And how will we refill storage?

Another blast of cold this week drove next-day cash gas prices higher by double digits for New England and New York. The weather isn’t expected to linger but the hangover from all the gas withdrawn from storage to heat a 20-year winter may linger into the summer. Or not. Gas Daily Editors Rodney White, Bill Holland, Chris Tremulis, and TL Hamilton discuss why analysts are all over the map on refilling before next winter.


We welcome any feedback or suggestions for topics. Contact us at webeditor@platts.com.


Listen to the podcast and then join the Twitter chat on refilling storage Thursday, March 27, at 1 pm EST, 12 pm CST. How do you think we can get back to 3.6 Tcf? @PlattsGas will host the Twitter chat using hashtag #PlattsNatgas.