North American natural gas takes a wild ride
Continental markets face grim times as storage levels slump to near all-time lows; focus again on hastening development of Arctic and offshore frontiers
PNA Canadian Correspondent
With North American natural gas prices surging to two-year highs in late February, ignited by bitterly cold weather in the Lower 48 that sapped volumes in storage, the fear factor is again stalking the industry.
On the New York Mercantile Exchange, the U.S. benchmark futures contract for March deli....
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