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Natural gas falls 3 cents

Posted on: May 27, 2016

Gas dipped 3 cents at the front of the curve on Thursday, settling at $1.96. The EIA report showed an injection of 71 bcf, slightly above expectations which caused some selling pressure at the front of the curve. The backs were able to manage small gains on the day. AECO basis was tighter at the front of the curve. Lots of producer interest in hedging Cal 17 and beyond, but the curve is still holding strong.

Today we see support around $2.05 and resistance around $2.20.


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