Monthly Gas Briefing: Event-Driven Demand Foreshadows Recovery
Total North American storage inventories at the end of October set a record for the 12th consecutive month; but a colder-than-normal start to the withdrawal season, a declining storage surplus, dropping gas-directed rig counts, and higher-than-normal nuclear outages are supporting prices in November. Assuming normal weather, IHS CERA expects winter prices to be moderate, with a market correction deeper into 2013 once it is clear that North American supply is on a slow declining trend....
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