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IS natural gas in 3rd EW wave can any EW expert tell me?
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Last year the Gulf of Mexico was about normal water temps. I just noticed that now it is far above normal.

Current Operational SST Anomaly Charts - Office of Satellite and Product Operations

Usually that means above normal amount of hurricanes. But with fracking, does that matter anymore as far as NG production? I see that Gulf NG production is now only 4% of US production.

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Last year the Gulf of Mexico was about normal water temps. I just noticed that now it is far above normal.

Current Operational SST Anomaly Charts - Office of Satellite and Product Operations

Usually that means above normal amount of hurricanes. But with fracking, does that matter anymore as far as NG production? I see that Gulf NG production is now only 4% of US production.

@SMCJB Thoughts?

Very interesting, Thanks for the link.
To be honest with the way NG and CL have been in the last year I've become for a Crude trader than a NatGas trader and haven't been paying as much attention to things like this as I used to.
I did ask around though today, and while several people did find it interesting, the general reaction seemed to be indifference.
I suspect this comes down to two main reasons. 1) as you mentioned offshore production is far less significant than it used to be and 2) since Katrina the industry generally views 'canes to be more demand destructive than supply destructive.

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When NG prices went crazy in 2014, what were the April/May/June fly prices..i am going to try barchart.

also wondering whether its a good idea to short this fly

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When NG prices went crazy in 2014, what were the April/May/June fly prices.


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I put in an order at 0.3.. will adjust based on what i see
I dont think this is over yet..

NG 14 went to 6.5 and at that time the fly was 0.26
We are already at at 4.8 and its only mid Nov.. not sure how high we go this year.. so the fly may really "fly" this year

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