Here are the latest details from the U.S. Energy Information Administration regarding natural gas inventories.
Natural gas spot price mostly fell this week.
The prices of propane rose 5% week-over-week and are now at their highest level since February 2014.
Natural gasoline and ethane prices each fell 2%, following the same drop of Brent crude oil prices for the week ended August 18.
Following the 5% in natural gas prices reported at the Houston Ship Channel, ethane prices fell too.
Natural gasoline price fell by 1%, following the Brent crude oil price, which also decreased by 1% week-over-week.
The natural gas rig count decreased by 1 to 102, losing some of last week’s gains, while oil-directed rigs rose by 10 to 397.
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