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North America gas markets short-term outlook: Winter not over yet

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Winter is not over after all as Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow. Colder weather persisting into early March has reduced US gas storage levels further. Starting from a lower point will put a higher requirement for summer injections to ramp up. In order to refill storage adequately before the start of next winter US gas production needs to increase concurrently as gas power demand decreases. Fundamentally, elevated prices should be able to achieve both but if not, Henry Hub's correlation to global gas prices may reappear. Find out more on: • Where does Henry Hub gas prices go from here now that the market has rallied higher? • How much will domestic demand grow this summer? • Where will US gas production grow and does MVP delays matter? • How much higher will record US LNG exports reach?

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    February 2022 STO.pdf

    PDF 967.95 KB

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    Price Outlook.xls

    XLS 126.50 KB

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    Supply Demand Balances.xls

    XLS 347.00 KB

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    Storage Outlook.xls

    XLS 164.50 KB

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    Supply Detail.xlsx

    XLSX 301.92 KB

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    Demand Detail.xls

    XLS 834.50 KB

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    Power Demand Curve.xls

    XLS 183.50 KB

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    Industrial Index.xls

    XLS 122.00 KB

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    LNG Detail Incl Export.xls

    XLS 239.50 KB

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    Northeast Takeaway Capacity.xlsx

    XLSX 480.25 KB

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    NGL Price Outlook.xls

    XLS 645.00 KB

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    Basis Outlook.xls

    XLS 115.00 KB