Tag Archives: Natural Gas

High European Natural Gas Prices a Warning for America?

In the Oct 3rd Energy Update, I explained why I believe the unwinding of storm risk premium was a long-term

Energy Assets Were Not Damaged By Hurricane Ian, & Natural Gas Continued to Decline, is This a Long-Term Buying Opportunity?

In the Sept 19th Energy Update, I explained why I believed the pullback of Natural Gas due to this year’s

Is the Slow Start to the Hurricane Season an Opportunity to Lock in Fixed Rates for Natural Gas and Electricity?

In the August 30th Energy Update, I said the consequences of a major storm this year impacting the price of

Is Natural Gas’s Pullback This Week a Long-Term Buying Opportunity?

In the July 18th Energy Update, I said if warmer than normal weather continues into August or a major hurricane

Natural Gas Rallying Due to Hot Weather Forecasted Throughout the United States

After writing the July 5th Energy Update, explaining Natural Gas’s 15% decline was based on the PHMSA June 30th Report

U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration PHMSA June 30th announcement triggers 15% decline in Natural Gas

In my June 27th Energy Update, I said after Freeport LNG announced the damage at its plant would keep it

Delayed Reopening of Freeport LNG Lowers Risk of Higher Natural Gas Prices This Summer, But Delay May Also Increase Risk of Higher Prices Long-Term

In my June 13th Energy Update, I said after the explosion at Freeport LNG, Natural Gas declined to the 40-day

Freeport LNG Explosion Slows Natural Gas Rally, But Risk Remains For Higher Prices This Summer

In my May 31st  Energy Update, I discussed three risk factors that increased the risk Natural Gas would be higher

Risk Factors for Higher Natural Gas Prices This Summer

In my May 16th Energy Update, I said Natural Gas continued to move higher after the EIA released their Short

EIA’s Latest Short-Term Energy Outlook Forecasts Natural Gas Prices Will Continue Moving Higher in Second Half of 2022

In my May 3rd Energy Update, I warned Natural Gas was continuing to rally and may have further to go

Natural Gas Continues to Rally and May Have Further to Go Before a Significant Pullback

In my April 11th Energy Update,  I explained why recent events increased the probability we are returning to a period

Is Natural Gas Returning to a Period Similar to 2001 to 2011?

In my March 7th Energy Update I said early in the 21st century, we experienced higher Natural Gas prices and

As Natural Gas Prices Surge a Short-Term Pullback May Be on The Horizon

In my March 7th Energy Update I said since the beginning of last year, I warned there was a great

We Are Suffering the Consequences of Green Energy Policies Here and Abroad

https://youtu.be/gp2kpgm06lo Since the beginning of last year, I warned there was a great risk our energy prices would increase due

Natural Gas Prices Increase with Cold Weather Returning to the Great Lakes and Northeast Region of the United States

Natural Gas Prices Increase with Cold Weather Returning to the Great Lakes and Northeast Region of the United States. In

Warm Weather in February Causes Natural Gas to Pullback From Recent Highs, But Risk of Higher Prices Remain

In my Jan 31st Energy Update, I said the path of least resistance appeared to favor higher prices, but the

Natural Gas Supplies Plunging Below 5-Year Average and Potential of Conflict Overseas Increasing the Risk of Higher Natural Gas Prices?

https://youtu.be/YsW7EZ–LgU In my Jan 18th Energy Update, I explained the path of least resistance appeared to favor higher prices, but

Winter Update, Natural Gas Consolidating Above Support Near Lower Bollinger Band

Natural Gas Winter Update Short and Long-Term Outlook In today’s Energy Alert I will review Natural Gas rates in 2021,