The coming winter heating season is setting up to be supply strong for the U.S. natural gas supply/demand balance dominated by home-grown production and record storage inventories.
A La Nina winter may mean overall average to warmer than normal conditions for the country as a whole and with that perspective it is difficult to imagine given current trends any physical shortages of gas supplied to consumers. Service reliability and acquisition price stability seem the order of the day.
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