Release date Week ending Natural Gas Weekly Update analysis
July 20 19 Natural gas-fired electricity generation increases as temperatures heat up
  13 12 Access Northeast natural gas pipeline project withdraws from FERC pre-filing
  7 6 Qatar plans to increase liquefied natural gas (LNG) production capacity by 30% by 2024
June 29 28 IEnova completes construction on two pipelines bringing Permian gas into Mexico
  22 21 Sabal Trail Pipeline begins partial service to Florida
  15 14 First U.S. floating LNG export facility receives approval to export to non-FTA countries
  8 7 Mexico conducts its first natural gas pipeline capacity open season
  1 5/31 The United Kingdom's largest storage facility will be unavailable for injections until May 2018 or later
May 25 24 New liquefied natural gas bunkering facility in Jacksonville, Florida
  18 17 First floating liquefaction facility begins operations
  11 10 SoCalGas updates assessment of summer reliability
  4 3 First world-scale, greenfield nitrogenous fertilizer plant opened in over 25 years
April 27 26 Canadian drilling drops off during spring breakup
  20 19 Proposed expansion of Alliance pipeline capacity to Chicago market hub
  13 12 Natural gas stocks end heating season at the third highest level in 10 years
  6 5 Heating season spot prices in 2016–17 averaged 52% higher than in 2015–16
March 30 29 Thirteen gigawatts of natural gas-fired power generating capacity to be added in 2017
  23 22 TransCanada reduces and simplifies toll rates to remain competitive
  16 15 Natural gas spot prices rise with forecasts of colder temperatures along the eastern seaboard
  9 8 EIA reports the earliest net increase in working gas stocks on record
  2 1 U.S. liquefaction capacity continues to expand
February 23 22 Drilling Productivity Report forecasts production rise in six out of seven shale regions
  16 15 The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) enters a no-quorum period
  9 8 Rail provides outlet for growing Appalachian HGL production
  2 1 The San Elizario Border Crossing Project is authorized to commence service
January 26 25 Additions to data in the EIA Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report
  19 18 Cold winter in Asia prompts record levels of U.S. LNG exports
  12 11 REX Zone 3 capacity expansion enters full service, increasing Northeast takeaway capacity
  Release date Week ending Natural Gas Weekly Update analysis
December 22 21 December natural gas consumption notably up over last year and five-year average
  15 14 Tennessee Gas Pipeline will abandon one of four natural gas lines, repurposing to southbound liquids transport
  8 7 LNG imports remain high at Mexico's Manzanillo terminal
  1 11/30 Unseasonably warm weather reduces U.S. heating demand
November 17 16 Woodfibre LNG becomes the first Canadian LNG project to receive Final Investment Decision
  10 9 Natural gas stocks end refill season at record high level
  3 2 2016 injection season sees record natural gas demand
October 27 26 Containerized LNG broadens reach of natural gas to off-grid customers
  20 19 United States experiences highest weekly increase in natural gas rig count in two years
  13 12 Winter Fuels Outlook projects higher domestic natural gas demand and prices
  6 5 The United Kingdom’s use of natural gas for power generation exceeds the three-year average in 2016, reversing previous decline
September 29 28 Sabine Pass liquefaction terminal begins first maintenance
  22 21 Price differences between Southern California natural gas trading hubs and the Henry Hub have been more volatile during summer 2016
  15 14 Recent mergers change the landscape of natural gas pipeline ownership
  8 7 High natural gas summer storage inventories contribute to low prices and increased power burn
  1 8/31 Hurricane activity drives declines in Gulf of Mexico natural gas production
August 25 24 Gulf Coast’s first ethane shipment soon to leave for Europe
  18 17 Asian LNG imports increase in 2016, led by India and China
  11 10 U.S. natural gas imports from Canada increase with low AECO prices
  4 3 Use of natural gas for power generation hits record highs
July 28 27 First LNG tanker through expanded Panama Canal is traveling from Sabine Pass
  21 20 With REX maintenance, Appalachian production declines this week
  14 13 Russian and Norwegian natural gas pipeline exports to Europe at high levels amid lowest prices since 2004
  7 6 Growing ethane demand means less left in natural gas pipelines
June 30 29 Gas pipeline exports to Mexico reduce U.S. net imports
  23 22 Natural gas storage injections in 2016 ahead of 2012 pace
  16 15 Global LNG imports using floating storage and regasification units increase 46% in 2015 over 2014 levels
  9 8 Near-month futures contract indicates expectations of rising prices
  2 1 Use of natural gas for power generation ticks upward
May 26 25 More U.S. vessels powered by liquefied natural gas launched
  19 18 Sabine Pass liquefaction terminal begins commercial operations
  12 11 Alberta wildfires reduce natural gas demand and prices in Canada
  5 4 Explosion on Texas Eastern Pipeline in Pennsylvania cuts flows
April 28 27 Natural gas production declines
  21 20 Algonquin expansion in New York on target for service next winter
  14 13 New gas-fired power plants are concentrated near major shale plays
  7 6 Natural gas stocks end heating season at record high level
March 31 30 Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) wins final approval for Midwest east-to-west capacity expansion
  24 23 Natural gas expected to exceed coal in power generation in 2016
  17 16 Rig count at historic low, but gas production still high
  10 9 Australia's Gorgon, one of the world's LNG megaprojects, prepares to ship first cargo
  3 2 Working storage inventories remain high
February 25 24 Cheniere’s Sabine Pass ships first LNG cargo from the U.S. Lower 48
  18 17 Asian LNG imports decline in 2015 amid reduced demand for electricity and lower prices of competing fuels
  11 10 New Northeast pipelines help boost gas production 18%
  4 3 Chinese annual LNG imports decline for first time since imports began
January 28 27 Natural gas markets weather storm
  21 20 Consumption of natural gas for power generation at record highs
  14 13 EIA forecasts that the United States will be a net exporter of natural gas in mid 2017
  7 6 Basis differential narrows in Marcellus
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December 17 16 Natural Gas Prices at 16-Year Low
  10 9 U.S. Maritime Administration approves first federal grant for LNG use in maritime applications
  3 2 Natural gas inventories post first net withdrawal of the season
November 19 18 Australian liquefaction capacity continues to expand
  12 11 Working natural gas in storage breaks record
  5 4 Winter natural gas futures prices are significantly lower than previous years
October 29 28 World's first LNG-powered container ship, the Isla Bella of the Marlin class, begins service
  22 21 Increasing U.S. natural gas pipeline exports to Mexico begin to gradually displace LNG
  15 14 National Fuel Gas adds new gas flows out of Marcellus/Utica this week
  8 7 Natural gas heating bills expected to be lower this winter
  1 9/30 U.S. Northeast natural gas exports to Canada growing
September 24 23 Russian and Norwegian natural gas pipeline exports to Europe increase over the summer amid lower prices
  17 16 Nuclear power refueling over next few months may increase power sector gas consumption
  10 9 EIA provides historical data for new storage regions
  3 2 Pipeline projects aim to increase Marcellus and Utica takeaway capacity
August 27 26 Northeast production sets record high on Monday
  20 19 Jamaica inks contract to get LNG from Florida
  13 12 Texas power burn hits record highs
  6 5 Injections of natural gas into storage since April are 20% higher than the five-year average (2010-14),
but trail last year's record-high levels
July 30 29 Asia Pacific imports of LNG down in 2015 on mild weather, lower demand for power generation
  23 22 Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) nears completion of Zone 3 east-to-west reversal
  16 15 Natural gas challenges coal as fuel for power generation
  9 8 Northeastern trading points set record low prices
  2 1 Natural gas production continues to grow year-over-year
June 25 24 U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico in June set for record high levels
  18 17 Eastern U.S. Power Burn Higher This Yeare
  11 10 Marcellus ethane moves one step closer to Europe with delivery of the
first Dragon class liquid gas carrier
  4 3 Large weekly addition pushes natural gas stocks above five-year average
May 28 27 Canada's Pacific NorthWest LNG export project moves closer to a final decision, possibly next month
  21 20 New chemical plants expected to boost industrial natural gas use by 4% in 2015
  14 13 Rig count is down, but 2015 gas production forecast to grow over 2014 levels
  7 6 Northwest Europe doubles LNG imports as key prices converge
April 30 29 April natural gas consumption for Pacific Northwest power generation is triple the year-ago level
  23 22 MATS Rule Takes Effect
  16 15 U.S. LNG export terminals on the move towards commercial operations
  9 8 Natural gas stocks enter injection season 11% below five-year average
  2 1 Pipeline infrastructure key to delivering U.S.-sourced natural gas to meet Mexico’s expanding needs
March 26 25 Cold temperatures, low prices lead to record-high winter power burn
  19 18 Appalachian Basin infrastructure growth will make Marcellus/Utica gas available to broader market
  12 11 Despite decline in rigs, natural gas production forecast to increase
  5 4 Power burn reaches record January and February levels, driven by weather and structural change
February 26 25 As record setting cold blasts the East, western temperatures warmer than normal
  19 18 Northeast gas demand hits record high on Monday
  12 11 Working gas inventory just after winter's mid-point near five-year average
  5 4 Westbound gas flows on Rockies Express make up supply interrupted by rupture
January 29 28 Led by growth in Texas, the Southeast, and Northeast, power burn is headed for a January record
  22 21 New England, New York prices less volatile this January compared with last year
  15 14 First cold snap of 2015 increases natural gas demand 23%
  8 7 Vermont Yankee nuclear plant closure could add gas demand
  Release date Week ending NGWU weekly analysis
December 18 17 Natural gas storage exceed year-ago levels, and production is higher
  11 10 Higher prices, Marcellus development lead to increase in proved natural gas reserves in 2013
  4 3 November cold snap led to larger- than- average withdrawals from natural gas storage
November 20 19 Mid-November cold spell boosts some natural gas prices in the Northeast
  13 12 Demand ramps up with unseasonably cold weather
  6 5 Gas production growth, moderate consumption yield strong storage injections
October 30 29 California: More gas, renewables support high demand, compensate for lost hydro
  23 22 Record production, potential for continued storage injections precedes winter season
  16 15 Japan continues to import record volumes of LNG amid delays in nuclear restarts
  9 8 Despite higher gas prices, winter heating bills expected to fall
  2 1 New chemical plants expected to boost industrial natural gas demand by 4% in 2015
September 25 24 Brazil seeks more LNG to compensate for low hydro levels
  18 17 FERC approves New England's 2014-15 winter reliability program, but challenges remain
  11 10 Marcellus and Utica fields spur Appalachian Basin pipeline development
  4 3 Growth of natural gas design storage capacity slows in 2014
August 28 27 North Dakota seeks to cut gas flaring to 10% of production by 2020
  21 20 U.S. Liquefaction Projects Advance
  14 13 Leidy Compressor Station Down For Unplanned Maintenance
  7 6 U.S. Gas Exports to Mexico Post Record High, with Further Gains Expected
July 31 30 Alaska LNG project files for export license
  24 23 Growth of Utica production per rig outpaces other shale plays
  17 16 Tight oil drilling lifts associated natural gas production
  10 9 Hurricanes pose less danger to natural gas production in recent years
  3 2 Egypt to become natural gas importer, as exports continue to fall
June 26 25 Natural gas production grows in three major tight oil production areas
  19 18 Growth in Marcellus Production Drives Changes this week in REX Pipeline Dynamics
  12 11 Record pace of natural gas storage injections since May helps offset inventory deficit
  5 4 High natural gas storage levels help keep European prices low
May 29 28 Russian natural gas pipeline exports to Western Europe grow 20%
  22 21 Industrial natural gas consumption growth continues rising
  15 14 New LNG plant in North Dakota will supply oil and gas producers
  8 7 Alaskan LNG export project resumes operations
  1 4/30 Decreasing natural gas price seasonality keeps inventories in April at 11-year low
April 24 23 Marcellus gas production backlog spurs pipes heading south as well as north
  17 16 Northeastern prices drop below national benchmark
  10 9 Colder-than-normal eastern winter leads to record natural gas storage withdrawals
  3 2 Natural gas consumption sets winter record, with residential/commercial sectors surpassing 50% share
March 27 26 Price volatility falls to prewinter levels as storage injection season nears
  20 19 In the News: Growth in central and western U.S. drives increase in winter power burn
  13 12 California Power Suppliers Ask FERC for Relief from High Natural Gas Prices
  6 5 Marcellus production strong; backlogged wells will support further growth
February 27 26 Rising prices in eastern Australia spur new investment proposals
  20 19 Marcellus natural gas takeaway pipeline projects advance
  13 12 Reduced inflows strain California natural gas markets
  6 5 Record-high withdrawals from storage lead to record-low storage levels
January 30 29 Northwest Sumas natural gas price basis reaches five-year winter high
  23 22 LNG satisfies less U.S. natural gas consumption, although helpful in New England
  16 15 Natural gas production grew modestly in 2013
  9 8 Power sector response to high natural gas prices varies by region
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December 19 18 EIA projects robust growth in natural gas production, consumption, and trade
  12 11 Local distribution companies rely on supplemental fuels, stored LNG to augment gas supplies.
  5 4 Robust natural gas supply narrows spread between futures, spot prices
November 21 20 Natural gas storage sees first net withdrawal of season
  14 13 Gas pipeline expansions reduce Marcellus backup, New York gas prices
  7 6 European natural gas storage remains low heading into winter
October 31 30 EIA projects lower natural gas use this winter
  24 23 FERC approves service on projects providing almost 1 Bcf/d of gas to New York/New Jersey consumers
  10 9 Northeast net imports from Canada plummet, driven by export growth at Niagara Falls
  3 2 New lateral increases customer access to Denver-Julesburg gas production
September 26 25 With nuclear plants down, Japan turns to more coal and less LNG
  19 18 Marcellus gas pipe capacity seen rising 0.5 Bcf/d by month’s end; additional expansions expected this winter
  12 11 REX gas deliveries to the Northeast fall as Appalachian production grows
  5 4 Low Natural Gas Prices Drive Industrial Natural Gas Consumption
August 29 28 Decreased Canadian Mainline gas flows constrain prices in western Canada, Pacific Northwest
  22 21 This week’s warmth follows month-long cool spell, reduced power burn
  15 14 Deep Panuke starts limited natural gas production
  8 7 Summer storage injections higher than last year, on par with five-year average
  1 7/31 U.S. natural gas net imports continue years-long decrease during first five month in 2013
July 25 24 Northeast Heat Last Week Bumps Up Power Burn and Gas Prices
  18 17 FERC approves service on first segment of Northeast Supply Link Expansion project
  11 10 Northeast and Southeast spur growth in Lower 48 natural gas power burn
June 27 26 In the News: Australia building 8 Bcf/d of new LNG export capacity
  20 19 FERC approves operation of new natural gas export pipeline to Mexico
  13 12 Southern California Post-SONGS Relies Even More on Natural Gas
  6 5 Fundamental natural gas market changes become apparent as winter temperatures return
to 10-year average levels
May 30 29 Island gas production returns in May, but remains below prior levels
  23 22 In the News: April-September cooling degree days up 4 percent in revised STEO forecast
  16 15 atural gas liquids price information added to the Natural Gas Weekly Upd
  9 8 LNG volumes, on average, traveled around 60 percent further in 2012 than in 1993
  2 1 In the News: U.S. pipeline gas exports to Mexico largely driven by increased flows from Texas
April 25 24 In the News: Winter 2012-13 natural gas net imports from eastern Canada half of five-year average
  18 17 Many key uncertainties in the AEO2013 projections are addressed through alternative cases
  11 10 Net storage withdrawals reach record levels during a cold March 2013
  4 3 Marketed natural gas production in the Gulf of Mexico federal offshore region falls to 6% of national total in 2012
March 28 27 In the News: Planned natural gas pipeline expansions would add nearly 30 Bcf/d of new capacity through 2016
  21 20 In the News: Average price spread of natural gas delivered to the power sector over coal declined by over
three-quarters in 2012, while ratio of net natural gas power generation to coal rose by 39 percent.
  14 13 EIA projects end-of-season inventories less than 2 trillion cubic feet (Tcf).
  7 6 Japanese LNG import volumes and prices grew more than 10 percent, in 2011 and 2012.
February 28 27 Natural Gas Generation Rises 21 Percent.
  21 20 Percentage of New England natural gas consumption from Canaport and Everett LNG sendout less than half of levels last winter
  14 13 U.S. natural gas production forecast relatively flat for the next two years
  7 6 Residential and commercial consumption respond to colder temperatures.
January 31 30 Natural gas dry production at selected points in the United States Rocky Mountain region have rebounded during the
final two weeks of January, according to data from BENTEK Energy LLC (Bentek)
  24 23 Natural Gas Year-in-Review: High natural gas inventory last spring limited injections during the 2012 storage injection season
  17 16 The Year 2012 was Warmest on Record.
  10 9 EIA forecasts continued growth in Lower 48 onshore natural gas production through 2014.
  Release date Week ending NGWU weekly analysis
December 20 19 AGT pipeline receipts from Millennium Pipeline and Tennessee Gas Pipeline increased
56 percent in December 2012 compared to December 2011, while total receipts remained
unchanged over the same period.
  13 12 September Natural Gas Production at Levels Not Seen Since 1973
  6 5 EIA Projects Natural Gas Production Will Exceed Consumption by 2020
November 29 28 Annual U.S. natural gas replacement volumes rise as nuclear outage levels increase
  15 14 New pipeline expansions come online in the Northeast
  8 7 Natural Gas Inventories Finish 2012 Storage Injection Season at Record Levels
  1 10/31 Power Generation Falls During Storm, Nuclear Facilities Affected.
October 25 24 EIA Launches New Energy Portal for State-Level Energy Data
  18 17 First taste of cooler weather evidenced by uptick in residential/commercial natural gas
consumption over last two reporting weeks.
  11 10 EIA's Winter Fuels Outlook Projects Higher Heating Expenditures.
  4 3 Natural gas drilling activity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico (GOM) generally increased over the
past year, despite a drop in natural gas prices over much of the same period.
September 27 26 Although Storage Injections Are Below Historical Levels, Inventories Remain High
  20 19 Underground working natural gas storage capacity increased from April 2011 to April 2012,
according to a recent report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).
  13 12 Pennsylvania’s natural gas production has risen steadily in 2012 despite a significant
reduction in the number of new natural gas wells being drilled by operators.
  6 5 Shut-In Natural Gas Production from Isaac Represents Decreasing Share of Historical U.S. Production
August 30 29 Hurricane Isaac Shuts-In Significant Gulf of Mexico Natural Gas Production
  23 22 The pace of natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania is slowing, according to data from the
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
  16 15 July 2012 was hottest on record
  9 8 Infrastructure constraints in the Northeast, particularly in Northern Pennsylvania, have led Marcellus
prices to diverge from the Henry Hub since May 2012.
  2 1 Natural gas consumed for power generation (power burn) declined slightly for the report week,
while remaining high for recent years.
July 26 25 U.S. Net Natural Gas Imports Through First Third of 2012 Lowest Since 1990
  19 18 Marketed Production and Electric Power Generation Show Strong Growth in 2011.
  12 11 Prices Increase in Northeast due to Heat, Imports and LNG Help Meet Demand.
June 28 27 Tropical Storm Debby Shuts In Gulf of Mexico Production
  21 20 Imports from Canada to the Northeast United States Rise this Week to Meet Demand
  14 13 Current Storage Injection Rate Is Lower than Last Year and the Five-Year Average.
  7 6 Pipeline Exports to Mexico Hit 7-Year High.
May 31 30 Natural Gas Rigs Decline in Key Areas
  24 23 Natural Gas Rig Count Briefly Drops Below 600.
  17 16 Recent Warm Temperatures in the Pacific Northwest Might Affect Hydro Supply in the Summer.
  10 9 In the News: Canaport LNG Undergoing Maintenance.
  3 2 Reported natural gas gross withdrawals for February decline.
April 26 25 Gulf Coast crude oil inventories: what's up?
  19 18 The shifting of global supply disruptions
  12 11 2012 summer gasoline: the four-dollar question
  5 4 Adding barges to EIA study still leaves concerns
March 29 28 Japan Power Generation Mix and Global LNG Flows.
  22 21 FERC Staff Issues Environmental Impact Statement for Pipeline into New York City.
  15 14 Alternative Transportation Fuels Infrastructure Increases from Mid-2000s Levels.
  8 7 Crude oil-to-natural gas price ratio passes 50
  1 2/29 Natural Gas Power Burn Up, Even in a Warmer Winter
February 23 22 Re-Exports of LNG Grew in 2011
  16 15 Winter Weather Leads to Spike in Natural Gas Consumption
  9 8 Cold and Dry Winter Drives Up Natural Gas Burn in the Pacific Northwest
  2 1 Storage Inventories at Record Highs
January 26 25 In The News: Liquids Driving Exploration and Production Decisions
  19 18 Natural Gas Futures Price Nears 10-Year Low
  12 11 EIA releases the Short-Term Energy Outlook
  5 4 Shale Prospects Attract Foreign Companies
  Release date Week ending NGWU weekly analysis
December 22 21 Cold Weather Exacerbates Northeast Price Spreads
  15 14 Among the major outages
  8 7 Frigid Weather in the West Leads to Early Winter Production Freeze-Offs
  1 11/30 The Return of Libya
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2009

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2008

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2007

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2006

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2005

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2003

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January 30 29 Overview
  23 22 Overview
  16 15 Overview
  9 8 Overview
  3 2 Overview

2002

  Release date Week ending TWIP weekly analysis
December 19 18 Overview
  12 11 Overview
  5 4 Overview
November 21 20 Overview
  14 13 Overview
  7 6 Overview
October 31 30 Overview
  24 23 Overview
  17 16 Overview
  10 9 Overview
  3 2 Overview
September 26 25 Overview
  19 18 Overview
  12 9 Overview
  5 4 Overview
August 29 28 Overview
  22 21 Overview
  15 14 Overview
  8 7 Overview
  1 7/31 Overview
July 25 24 Overview
  18 17 Overview
  11 10 Overview
  5 3 Overview
June 27 26 Overview
  20 19 Overview
  13 12 Overview
  6 5 Overview
May 30 29 Overview
  23 22 Overview
  16 15 Overview
  9 8 Overview
  2 1 Overview
April 25 24 Overview
  18 17 Overview
  11 10 Overview
  1 3/29 Overview
March 25 22 Overview
  18 15 Overview
  11 8 Overview
  4 1 Overview
February 25 22 Overview
  19 15 Overview
  11 8 Overview
  4 1 Overview
January 28 25 Overview
  22 18 Overview
  14 11 Overview
  7 4 Overview
  2 12/28 Overview

2001

  Release date Week ending NGWU weekly analysis
December 17 16 Overview
  10 9 Overview
  3 2 Overview
November 26 25 Overview
  19 18 Overview
  13 12 Overview
  5 4 Overview
October 22 21 Overview
  15 14 Overview
  9 8 Overview
  1 9/30 Overview
September 24 23 Overview
  17 16 Overview
  10 9 Overview
  4 3 Overview
August 27 26 Overview
  20 19 Overview
  13 12 Overview
  6 5 Overview
July 30 29 Overview
  23 22 Overview
  16 15 Overview
  9 8 Overview
  2 1 Overview
June 25 24 Overview
  18 17 Overview
  11 10 Overview
  4 3 Overview
May 29 28 Overview
  21 20 Overview
  14 13 Overview
  7 6 Overview
April 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 06 Overview
  9 7 Overview
  2 3/23 Overview
March 26 16 Overview
  19 9 Overview
  12 2 Overview
  5 2/23 Overview
February 26 16 Overview
  20 9 Overview
  12 2 Overview
  5 1/26 Overview
January 29 19 Overview
  22 12 Overview
  16 5 Overview
  8 12/29 Overview
  2 12/22 Overview

2000

  Release date Week ending TWIP weekly analysis
December 26 15 Overview
  18 8 Overview
  11 1 Overview
  4 11/24 Overview
November 27 17 Overview
  20 10 Overview
  13 3 Overview
  6 10/27 Overview
October 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 6 Overview
  10 9/29 Overview
  2 9/22 Overview
September 25 15 Overview
  18 8 Overview
  11 1 Overview
  5 8/25 Overview
August 28 18 Overview
  21 11 Overview
  14 4 Overview
  7 7/28 Overview
July 31 21 Overview
  24 14 Overview
  17 7 Overview
  10 6/30 Overview
  3 6/23 Overview
June 26 16 Overview
  19 9 Overview
  12 2 Overview
  5 5/26 Overview
May 30 19 Overview
  22 12 Overview
  15 5 Overview
  8 4/28 Overview
  1 4/21 Overview
April 24 14 Overview
  17 7 Overview
  10 3/31 Overview
  3 3/24 Overview
March 27 17 Overview
  20 10 Overview
  13 3 Overview
  6 2/25 Overview
February 28 18 Overview
  22 11 Overview
  14 4 Overview
  7 1/28 Overview
January 31 21 Overview
  24 14 Overview
  18 7 Overview
  3 12/24 Overview

1999

  Release date Week ending TWIP weekly analysis
December 27 24 Overview
  20 17 Overview
  13 10 Overview
  6 3 Overview
November 29 26 Overview
  22 19 Overview
  15 12 Overview
  8 5 Overview
  1 11/28 Overview
October 25 22 Overview
  18 15 Overview
  12 8 Overview
  4 1 Overview
September 27 24 Overview
  20 17 Overview
  13 10 Overview
  7 3 Overview
August 30 27 Overview
  23 20 Overview
  16 13 Overview
  9 6 Overview
  2 7/30 Overview
July 26 23 Overview
  19 16 Overview
  12 9 Overview
  6 2 Overview
June 28 25 Overview
  21 18 Overview
  14 11 Overview
  7 4 Overview
  1 5/28 Overview
May 24 21 Overview
  17 14 Overview
  10 7 Overview
  3 4/30 Overview
April 26 23 Overview
  19 16 Overview
  12 9 Overview
  5 2 Overview
March 29 26 Overview
  22 19 Overview
  15 12 Overview
  8 5 Overview
  1 2/26 Overview
February 22 19 Overview
  16 12 Overview
  8 5 Overview
  1 2/29 Overview
January 25 22 Overview
  19 15 Overview
  11 8 Overview
  4 12/31 Overview

1998

  Release date Week ending TWIP weekly analysis
December 21 11 Overview
  14 4 Overview
  7 11/27 Overview
November 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 6 Overview
  9 10/30 Overview
  2 10/23 Overview
October 26 16 Overview
  19 9 Overview
  13 2 Overview
  5 9/25 Overview
September 28 18 Overview
  21 11 Overview
  14 4 Overview
  8 8/28 Overview
August 31 21 Overview
  24 14 Overview
  17 7/31 Overview
  10 7 Overview
  3 7/24 Overview
July 27 17 Overview
  20 10 Overview
  13 3 Overview
  6 6/26 Overview
June 29 19 Overview
  22 12 Overview
  15 5 Overview
  8 5/29 Overview
  1 5/22 Overview
May 26 15 Overview
  18 8 Overview
  11 1 Overview
  4 4/24 Overview
April 27 17 Overview
  20 10 Overview
  13 3 Overview
  6 3/27 Overview
March 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 6 Overview
  9 2/27 Overview
  2 2/20 Overview
February 23 13 Overview
  17 6 Overview
  9 1/30 Overview
  2 1/23 Overview
January 26 9 Overview
  20 9 Overview
  12 2 Overview

1997

  Release date Week ending TWIP weekly analysis
December 22 12 Overview
  15 5 Overview
  8 11/28 Overview
  1 11/21 Overview
November 24 14 Overview
  17 7 Overview
  10 11/01 Overview
  3 10/24 Overview
October 27 17 Overview
  20 10 Overview
  14 3 Overview
  6 9/26 Overview
September 29 19 Overview
  22 12 Overview
  15 5 Overview
  8 8/29 Overview
  2 8/22 Overview
August 25 15 Overview
  18 8 Overview
  11 1 Overview
  4 7/25 Overview
July 28 18 Overview
  21 11 Overview
  14 4 Overview
  7 6/27 Overview
June 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 6 Overview
  9 5/30 Overview
  2 5/23 Overview
May 27 16 Overview
  19 9 Overview
  12 2 Overview
  5 4/25 Overview
April 28 18 Overview
  21 11 Overview
  14 4 Overview
March 31 21 Overview
  24 14 Overview
  17 7 Overview
  10 2/28 Overview
  3 2/21 Overview
February 24 14 Overview
  18 7 Overview
  10 1/31 Overview
  3 1/24 Overview
January 27 14 Overview
  21 10 Overview
  13 3 Overview
  6 12/27 Overview

1996

  Release date Week ending TWIP weekly analysis
December 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 6 Overview
  9 11/29 Overview
  2 11/22 Overview
November 25 15 Overview
  18 8 Overview
  12 1 Overview
  4 10/25 Overview
October 28 18 Overview
  21 11 Overview
  15 4 Overview
  7 9/27 Overview
September 30 20 Overview
  23 13 Overview
  16 6 Overview
  9 8/30 Overview
  3 8/23 Overview
August 26 16 Overview
  19 9 Overview
  12 2 Overview
  5 7/26 Overview
July 29 19 Overview
  22 12 Overview
  15 5 Overview
  8 6/28 Overview
  1 6/24 Overview
June 24 14 Overview
  17 7 Overview
  10 5/31 Overview
  3 5/24 Overview
May 28 17 Overview
  20 10 Overview
  13 3 Overview