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RD Energy Stay Current Newsletter: September 2023

Key Drivers Extreme heat in the southwest – revised forecasts for Midwest lowering the temperature New natural gas drilling activity reduced by U.S. producers throughout 2023 The large natural gas storage surplus from spring reduced substantially throughout summer LNG global issues: U.S. exports expected to jump up soon; Australia’s LNG labor strike Commentary    U.S …

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RD Energy Stay Current Newsletter: July 2023

  Key Drivers  Weather – short-term, long-term, hotter than normal, colder than normal…eventually it all matters LNG exports – returning to higher daily numbers after maintenance programs U.S. natural gas production – returning to higher daily volumes after maintenance programs Natural gas prices in Europe/Asia on the rise U.S. Natural gas storage numbers above average …

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RD Energy: Stay Current Newsletter- April 2023

Key Drivers Continuing warm weather forecasts in the Midwest and Northeast Lack of cold weather demand in the short-term market Strong LNG exports that could rise even more this summer Upcoming natural gas storage injections beginning later in April The arrival of air conditioning season increasing natural gas and power consumption Long-term global natural gas …

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