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Natural gas futures for September, 2014

Published Aug 27, 2014, 3:57pm

Natural gas futures retraced Tuesdays gains and retreated on fears of the tropical storm threats being largely over-blown, a lack of fundamental support and some “positioning” ahead of the EIA storage report. The expectation was for an injection of ~84Bcf which would have outpaced the prior year and 5yr average by 26 and 36 Bcf respectively. Revisions to weather outlooks added to the bearish sentiment as the NWS offered some signs of fall as temperatures across the country are expected to moderate during the next 8-14 days. Short term momentum is higher, but fundamentals point lower until we can get a clearer picture of the long range weather forecast.

Month Price Change Change % High Low Est. Vol.
Sep 14 $3.823 ($0.054) (1.4%) $3.888 $3.792 97,158
Oct 14 $3.860 ($0.048) (1.2%) $3.917 $3.829 58,305
Nov 14 $3.933 ($0.044) (1.1%) $3.983 $3.902 30,643
Dec 14 $4.030 ($0.041) (1.0%) $4.081 $3.998 14,701
Jan 15 $4.108 ($0.037) (0.9%) $4.143 $4.075 17,090
Feb 15 $4.100 ($0.035) (0.9%) $4.134 4.069A 3,560
Mar 15 $4.022 ($0.033) (0.8%) $4.041 $3.990 7,859
Apr 15 $3.782 ($0.031) (0.8%) $3.820 $3.764 5,364
May 15 $3.766 ($0.028) (0.7%) $3.785 $3.752 890
June 15 $3.799 ($0.027) (0.7%) $3.816 $3.787 660
July 15 $3.836 ($0.027) (0.7%) $3.850 $3.822 264
 
Winter 14/15 $4.039 ($0.038) (0.9%)      
Winter 15/16 $4.123 ($0.016) (0.4%)