Gas overhang a threat, says NEB
Canada’s National Energy Board sees storage space running out by late summer, pushing prices down, triggering possible shut-ins
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Canadian natural gas producers may be forced to scale back production by late summer if North American storage space reaches capacity for the first time, driving down commodity prices, said the National Energy Board.
In its inaugural summer outlook, the federal regulator said refilling storage facil....
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