How does EIA calculate the year-ago and five-year averages in the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report?
Calculations for the year-ago and five-year averages are explained in Appendix A of the methodology section in the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report.
Last reviewed: December 8, 2021
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