MARKET INSIGHT: US Escapes Worst of Global Gas Mayhem

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US natural gas prices are at decade highs, but the market has yet to get sucked into Europe and Asia’s battle to fill depleted inventories ahead of winter. As global benchmarks soared last week, US gas prices looked comparatively cheap at $5-$6 per million Btu.

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