Apart from a handful of short-lived weather-driven spikes flagged by Energy & Income Advisor in recent years, we’ve been consistently bearish on US natural gas prices and have favored oil-levered producers over those with significant exposure to natural gas.
That bearish view has largely proved correct.
Natural gas prices reached an historic low of $2.06/MMBtu in late-February and early March of this year, undercutting the lows from 2015-16. In fact, front-month natural gas futures prices touched a 25-year low of $1.52/MMBtu in March.
Natural gas continues to suffer from a chronic supply glut and, on a near-term basis, storage remains elevated.
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