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    Henry Hub recovers after rough week


The US benchmark for the price of natural gas lost just over 25% from November 29 through December 2.

by: Daniel Graeber

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Henry Hub recovers after rough week

The US benchmark for the price of natural gas was in recovery mode on December 3 after falling significantly over the last four trading sessions.

The January gas delivery contract at the US Henry Hub was up 3.6% as of 12:25 GMT to trade at $4.20/mn Btu. The benchmark, however, lost 25.5% over the previous four trading sessions.

The latest natural gas weekly report from the US Energy Information Administration shows working natural gas stocks are 10% lower then year-ago levels and 2% lower than the five-year average through 2020 for this week.

Moderate weather for the continental United States, however, has kept Henry Hub below recent highs of around $6/mn Btu. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in its latest monthly forecast calls for above-normal temperatures across most of the Lower 48 states.

In the more immediate forecast, the National Weather Service said to expect record-breaking high temperatures for this time of year for parts of the country, though the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest could see heavy snow during the weekend.