FIRST YEAR OF AGA'S WEEKLY STORAGE SURVEY SUGGESTS USEFUL PATTERNS

07/17/1995
Warren R. TruePipeline/Gas ProcessingEditor American Gas Association (AGA) analysis of its weekly U.S. natural-gas storage reports for 1994, the first full year of AGA surveying and reporting, shows that January was the largest drawdown month (831 bcf) for that first year and that May was the largest refill month (423 bcf). Additionally, 1994 working-gas storage data from both AGA and the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) varied by less than 5% for 9 of the 12 months at month-ends. Through first quarter 1995, storage levels exceeded 1994 year volumes by as much as 400 bcf. These volumes, however, were approximately...
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