Natural Gas Analysis For The Week Of October 3, 2011


November natural gas futures continued its slide last week, closing sharply lower and showing no indication that a bottom is even in sight. Production is high and last week’s larger-than-expected increase in U.S. gas inventories demonstrated that demand is not even able to keep up.

Late last week, the news that gas inventories rose 111 billion cubic feet versus guesses of 102 bcf was a clear signal that even seasoned analysts are not in touch with

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