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Natural gas falls 2.9 cents

Posted on: October 21, 2016

After trading within a range of $0.100, the natural gas future dropped 2.9 cents settling at $3.141 on Thursday. The EIA reported the storage injection figure to be 77 Bcf, a little more than the 73 Bcf the market expected. This puts total working natural gas storage figures at 3,836 Bcf, roughly 46 Bcf higher than this time last year.

Baker Hughes has reported that the natural gas rig count has increased by 11, bringing the total count to 105 active in the US.


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