OGJ Newsletter

04/10/2000
Click here to enlarge imageWith oil prices dominating industry news in recent months, the continuing strength in US natural gas prices seems to be getting overlooked.PaineWebber has raised its projected composite spot natural gas price forecast for 2000 by 10¢ to $2.50/MMbtu from its original projection. "Evidenced by the 12-month NYMEX strip trading north of $2.90/MMbtu on the heels of the warmest winter on record," the analyst said, "the natural gas supply-demand environment remains very favorable."PaineWebber bases its revised assessment on expectations for "solid" demand for gas from power generators and on continuing deliverability issues."Our newellipseestimate compares with ...
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