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NYMEX September Gas Decreases as Strong Gas Production Continues

NYMEX September natural gas futures decreased Wednesday, down 1.90 cents to $2.940/MMBtu as strong dry gas production continued to halt the momentum the market has gained in the last few days.

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NYMEX September Gas Increases as Supply Concerns Set In

NYMEX September natural gas futures increased Tuesday 2.9 cents to $2.959/MMBtu as supply concerns set in as the market makes another push at $3/MMBtu.

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NYMEX September Gas Decreases Slightly as Power Burn Expected to Fall

The NYMEX September natural gas futures contract decreased 1.4 cents Monday to settle at $2.930/MMBtu as power burn is expected to back off toward the end of August.

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NYMEX September Gas Decreases as Power Burn Backs Off

September natural gas futures decreased Friday, down 1.1 cents to $2.944/MMBtu, as power burn totals fell on the day.

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NYMEX September Rises 0.6 Cents to $2.955

The September natural gas futures contract stayed relatively flat Thursday, up 0.6 cent to $2.955/MMBtu, as a slightly higher-thanexpected build was announced by the Energy Information Administration for the first time in the last four weeks.

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NYMEX Sept. Gas Drops 2.4 Cents to $2.758

The NYMEX September natural gas futures contract headed lower Wednesday, settling at $2.758/MMBtu for a 2.4 cents day-on-day decrease, as dry gas production hit a second consecutive all-time high after revisions Tuesday.

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NYMEX August Gas Increases on Delayed Reaction to Weekly EIA Storage Number

The NYMEX August natural gas futures contract increased Friday, up 4.2 cents to expire at $2.822/MMBtu, as the market experiences a delayed reaction to the lower-than-expected storage build announced Thursday.

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NYMEX August Gas Settles 1.1 Cents Higher as Power Burn Demand Lends Support

The NYMEX August natural gas futures contract settled 1.1 cents higher at $2.732/MMBtu Tuesday, with power burn demand starting to push back against dry gas production as the factor driving the market.

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NYMEX August Settles 3.6 Cents Lower

NYMEX August natural gas futures fell 3.6 cents Monday to settle at $2.721/MMBtu as dry gas production outpaced the high power burn totals seen of late.

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NYMEX August Decreases as Power Burn Trails Off

The NYMEX August natural gas futures contract decreased Friday, down 1.20 cents to settle at $2.757/MMBtu, as power burn trailed off compared with the beginning of the week.

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