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Weather Outlooks Sink US Gas Futures; Western Cash Prices Surge

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January 2023 gas futures dropped 45.7¢ Friday to $6.281 per million Btu Friday amid ambiguous weather outlooks. Meanwhile, cash markets in the Western US skyrocketed amid a host of pipeline constraints and related supply issues.

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Gas Prices, Gas Demand, Gas Supply
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