Prices - Natural Gas

Key North American Hub Prices: March 24, 2017

North American natural gas hubs report mixed price trends to end the week.


California Approves Nation’s Toughest Methane Emissions Rule

Environmental backers believe California’s methane regulation could be a model for other states.


Key North American Hub Prices: March 23, 2017

Natural gas prices end lower, with Northeast prices falling sharply.


Frac Spread: WTI’s Weakness Traps NGL Prices

Price of the NGL ‘barrel’ slinks to its lowest point since November.


Non-Binding Open Season Announced For Kinder’s Gulf Coast Express Pipeline Project

Pipeline provides more takeaway capacity for prolific Permian Basin


Key North American Hub Prices: March 22, 2017

On a day when most natural gas hubs saw price declines, the Houston Ship Channel remained above $3.


ICE To Offer First-Ever US LNG Futures Contract

The U.S. started exporting gas from the Lower 48 in February 2016, when the first vessel left Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana.


Key North American Hub Prices: March 21, 2017

Natural gas prices rise at all of Hart Energy's selected hubs across the continent.


TransCanada Seeks Montney Pipe Approval Linked To Petronas LNG Terminal

Government approval will allow the company to start building most of the North Montney Mainline before Petronas decides whether to commit to the Pacific NorthWest LNG project.


Australia Threatens Gas Majors With ‘Action’ To Avert Domestic Shortage

ExxonMobil, Shell promise the government that natural gas will be available for domestic use.


Ownership Of Norway's Nyhamna Gas Export Plant Could Expand

Norway's oil and energy ministry must approve the new ownership structure and set gas transportation tariffs that will ultimately impact the profitability of the pipelines and processing system, Reuters reported.


Open Season Begins For Midship Pipeline Project In Stack/Scoop

The 200-mile long Midship Project will connect production from the Scoop and Stack areas of the Anadarko Basin to the U.S. Gulf Coast and Southeast markets. Its capacity will be up to 1.4 million dekatherms per day.