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Natural Gas Prices Fall before the Natural Gas Inventory Data

Will Inventory and Production Data Pressure the Natural Gas Market?

Natural gas price movement

This series analyzes natural gas prices and fundamentals. For an in-depth fundamental look at oil and gas and related companies, sectors, and drivers, please refer to our Energy and Power page.

NYMEX-traded natural gas futures contracts for November delivery fell by 3.20% and closed at $2.59 per MMBtu (British thermal units in millions) on September 29, 2015. Prices fell due to the consensus of moderate weather and rising inventory. ETFs like the United States Natural Gas Fund LP ETF (UNG) moved in the direction of natural gas prices in yesterday’s trade...