Rover’s return

Published at 12:51 19 May 2017 by

Despite a warm April, when residential and commercial demand ebbed, Henry Hub prices remained supported as US dry gas production continued to underwhelm. Production readings largely came in around 70-71 bcf/d with a bias to the bottom of that range—only in the first half of May has there been a mov..

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