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Natural gas gains 7.4 cents

Posted on: May 23, 2017

The natural gas contract continued to rise on Monday, gaining 7.4 cents to settle at $3.330/MMBtu. The move was supported by weather models, which show warmer temperatures moving throughout much of the US to end off the month, and likely to boost power burn demand.

Expectations for the storage figure this week are looking for a build in the range of 59-Bcf to 69-Bcf. According to the EIA, inventory levels currently sit at 2.369-Tcf following the build of 68-Bcf last week.

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