Early spring

Published at 15:04 13 Mar 2017 by . Last edited 16:23 13 Mar 2017.

After the cold January that drove a sharp draw on storage, a milder February helped keep the y/y storage gap steady and even held out the promise that at the end of winter that gap might actually be smaller than expected at the start of the month. As a result, gas prices eased through February, wit..

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