Into The Vortex – Natural Gas Outlook for the Week Ahead

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    Truman
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    Dutch #TTF natural gas futures lowest since Sep 2021 down over 12% to €56/MWh
    More #LNG cargos heading to Europe
    Full stockpiles in China forcing importers to divert Feb & March shipments to Europe
    Europe Gas storages 82% full
    Gas storages across Europe up from 50% a year ago and well above the five-year seasonal norm of 70% as an unusually mild winter helped to lower heating demand and record LNG imports and a rise in renewable capacity boosted supplies.

    Europe was the largest customer in the global liquefied natural gas market in 2022, with the EU accounting for 24% of global LNG imports.

    Although the worst seems to be over for now, the outlook for 2023 remains challenging as a cold snap could raise heating demand.

    #51445
    TradersCom
    Keymaster

    EIA reported a net withdrawal of -82Bcf from storage last week. Stocks drew -203 bcf in the same week last year with a five-year (2017-2021) average d
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