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Posted February 26, 2015Today in Energy

Rise in salt cavern storage capacity for natural gas offsets declines in other capacities ›

With natural gas storage at low levels in most of 2014 and production relatively high, minimal new natural gas storage capacity was built, except for salt facilities in the Producing region. Capacity in the East region of the United States fell slightly, resulting in relatively unchanged national total capacity. More

Source: EIA, Monthly Natural Gas Underground Storage Report


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WTI crude oil futures price

2/25/2015: $50.99/bbl

down$1.15 from week earlier
down$50.84 from year earlier

Natural gas futures price

2/25/2015: $2.894/mmBtu

up$0.063 from week earlier
down$2.202 from year earlier

Weekly coal production

2/21/2015: 16.505 million tons

down2.679 million tons from week earlier
down2.529 million tons from year earlier

Natural gas inventories

2/20/2015: 1,938 Bcf

down219 Bcf from week earlier
up576 Bcf from year earlier

Crude oil inventories

2/20/2015: 434.1 mmbbl

up8.4 mmbbl from week earlier
up71.7 mmbbl from year earlier


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