US natural gas futures rose toward $8/MMBtu, after EIA reported utilities added 54 billion cubic feet (bcf) of gas to storage last week, in line with expectations but below a five-year average increase of 65 bcf. Still, US natural gas prices remain close to 4-week lows in anticipation of lower demand for next week, record-breaking domestic supplies and easing prices in Europe. Average gas output in the US Lower 48 states rose to 99.2 bcfd so far in September from a record 98.0 bcfd in August, according to data provider Refinitiv. Average US gas demand, including exports, is expected to fall to 93.3 bcfd next week from 97.4 bcfd this week, above Refinitiv's outlook on Wednesday. In addition, Freeport LNG announced that it would delay the restart of its Quintana export plant to November, leaving more gas in the US for utilities to inject into stockpiles for next winter. In the US West, California's grid operator urged consumers to conserve energy for the ninth day in a row on Thursday.

Historically, Natural gas reached an all time high of 15.78 in December of 2005. Natural gas - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on September of 2022.

Natural gas is expected to trade at 9.46 USD/MMBtu by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate it to trade at 11.42 in 12 months time.

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Natural gas



Price Day Month Year
Crude Oil 83.66 0.117 0.14% -8.27% 19.99%
Brent 89.34 0.187 0.21% -7.16% 22.51%
Natural gas 7.95 0.0351 0.44% -3.07% 61.00%
Gasoline 2.34 -0.0075 -0.32% -16.31% 8.57%
Heating Oil 3.54 -0.0001 0% 4.87% 64.96%
Coal 440.00 1.00 0.23% 14.43% 147.89%
TTF Gas 220.54 6.66 3.11% 14.76% 289.78%
UK Gas 410.91 6.8500 1.70% 15.02% 189.07%
Ethanol 2.39 -0.0500 -2.05% -2.05% 0.84%
Naphtha 617.47 11.25 1.86% -8.55% -5.02%
Propane 1.05 -0.01 -1.05% -1.97% -13.03%
Uranium 51.95 0 0% 6.67% 28.59%
Methanol 2,592.00 11.00 0.43% 2.61% -11.45%


Natural gas
Natural gas accounts for almost a quarter of United States energy consumption. The NYMEX Division natural gas futures contract is widely used as a national benchmark price. The futures contract trades in units of 10,000 million British thermal units (mmBtu). The price is based on delivery at the Henry Hub in Louisiana, the nexus of 16 intra- and interstate natural gas pipeline systems that draw supplies from the region's prolific gas deposits. The United States is the biggest natural gas producer followed by Russia. The Natural gas market prices displayed in Trading Economics are based on over-the-counter (OTC) and contract for difference (CFD) financial instruments. Our Natural gas market prices are intended to provide you with a reference only, rather than as a basis for making trading decisions. Trading Economics does not verify any data and disclaims any obligation to do so.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
7.96 7.92 15.78 1.04 1990 - 2022 USD/MMBtu Daily