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Negative Waha Prices Set Off Red Flags in US Markets

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Natural gas prices in the US Permian Basin turned negative last week, with oil producers having to pay “buyers” as much as $2.20 per million Btu to take associated gas off their hands.

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Gas Prices, Gas Inventories, Gas Pipelines, Gas Demand, Gas Supply, Gas Futures and Derivatives, Gas Processing and Gathering, LNG Supply, Liquefaction
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