February 2014 – Henry Hub Natural Gas Forward Curve Analysis with ZEMA


Henry Hub Natural Gas Futures (Feb.2014)

On ICE, natural gas futures at Henry Hub rose by 10% in February 2014 compared to the previous month. Henry Hub futures increased from $4.25 USD/MMbtu in January 2014 to $4.69 USD/MMbtu by the end of the last Wednesday of February 2014 for the following twelve months.

For the week ending February 19, 2014, EIA’s Natural Gas Weekly Update reported that expectations of cold weather combined with low natural gas storage levels are supporting the near-month contract (March delivery).1 A net storage withdrawal of 250 Bcf for the week resulted in storage levels 40% below year-ago levels and 34% below the five-year average, developments which put upward pressure on future prices.


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