natural gas storage capacity

Injection Season is Over

December 8, 2014 by Robert Rapier

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The long-term thesis on natural gas remains the same: I am bullish. But I am more neutral now on the short-term, because inventories are near normal and I can’t predict the weather. Even so, given the same conditions that we saw in the spring, I would make the same short-term bet all over again.[read more]

Friday Energy Facts: After Record Injections, Natural Gas Storage Levels Now Within 7% of 5-Year Average

November 14, 2014 by U.S. EIA: Today in Energy

Natural Gas Storage Levels

Working natural gas in storage ended the month of October at 3,571 billion cubic feet (Bcf), a record increase of 2,734 Bcf during the April 1 to October 31 injection season, and within 7 percent of the average of the last five end-of-season storage levels.[read more]

Natural Gas Storage Deficit to Five-Year Average Continues to Narrow

September 19, 2014 by U.S. EIA: Today in Energy

Natural Gas Storage Deficit

Storage injections have continued to outpace the five-year (2009-13) average over the course of this summer, with inventories as of September 5 at 2,801 billion cubic feet (Bcf), according to data from the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report (WNGSR).[read more]

Natural Gas Storage Capacity Up 2% in 2013 Led by West, Salt Capacity in Producing Region

March 7, 2014 by U.S. EIA: Today in Energy

Natural Gas Storage

U.S. natural gas storage capacity grew 2% in 2013, according to a report just released by EIA, led by strong gains in salt-based storage in the traditional Producing region as well as in nonsalt storage fields in the West. In contrast, there was almost no growth in storage capacity in the East.[read more]