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Market RealistWill US Weather Influence Natural Gas Prices in 2017?Market RealistCommodity Weather Group reported that record cold weather is expected this winter in the US—similar to 2013–2014. An arctic blast is expected to hit the northwest and northern plains in the US in the next week. It will push the temperatures lower ...and more »
Gas heads for biggest annual gain in 11 years on US cold blastThe Star OnlineFrigid weather will sweep the western two-thirds of the nation from Jan 4 through Jan 8, stoking gas demand for heating, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC. The deep freeze comes as output from shale basins slows, sending production from the ...and more »
Biggest Fourth-Quarter Gas Rally in 16 Years May Spill Into 2017Hellenic Shipping News WorldwideU.S. natural gas prices are on track to cap their biggest fourth-quarter rally in 16 years, turning the fuel into the best-performing commodity of the year. And gas bulls are betting things will get even better. The biggest drop in U.S. natural gas ...and more »
Biggest fourth-quarter gas rally in 16 years may spill into 2017WorldOil (subscription)... U.S. Energy Information Administration data showed Thursday. Looking ahead, temperatures well below normal will move across the U.S. West and into the Midwest from Jan. 3 through Jan. 7, said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC.and more »
Natural gas is 2016's best-performing commodity amid cold blastWorldOil (subscription)Frigid weather will sweep the western two-thirds of the nation in the second week of January, stoking gas demand for heating, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC. The deep freeze comes as output from shale basins slows, sending production in the ...
Grab your ear muffs; new year's arriving with a frigid bangThe News HeraldA deep freeze is about to descend on North America, Europe and Asia thanks to record high temperatures across the Arctic. How's that? “Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter ...
Natural gas is 2016's best-performing commoditySalt Lake TribuneFrigid weather will sweep the western two-thirds of the nation in the second week of January, stoking gas demand for heating, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC. The deep freeze comes as output from shale basins slows, sending production in the ...and more »
A deep freeze to start the New Year? Warm weather in the Arctic could be to blameFort Worth Star Telegram“Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter temperatures rise north of Alaska, that “forces an equal-opposite downward-southward push. The cold essentially has to go somewhere else.and more »
A deep freeze to start the New Year? Warm weather in the Arctic could be to blameCentre Daily Times“Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter temperatures rise north of Alaska, that “forces an equal-opposite downward-southward push. The cold essentially has to go somewhere else.and more »
A deep freeze to start the New Year? Warm weather in the Arctic could be to blameNews & Observer“Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter temperatures rise north of Alaska, that “forces an equal-opposite downward-southward push. The cold essentially has to go somewhere else.and more »
A deep freeze to start the New Year? Warm weather in the Arctic could be to blameThe Sun Herald“Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter temperatures rise north of Alaska, that “forces an equal-opposite downward-southward push. The cold essentially has to go somewhere else.and more »
BloombergNatural Gas Is 2016's Best-Performing Commodity Amid Cold BlastBloombergFrigid weather will sweep the western two-thirds of the nation in the second week of January, stoking gas demand for heating, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC. The deep freeze comes as output from shale basins slows, sending production in the ...and more »
Alaska Dispatch NewsAs Arctic stays warmish, new year will bring a frigid bang to lower latitudesAlaska Dispatch News"Think of it like a seesaw," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter temperatures rise north of Alaska, that "forces an equal-opposite downward-southward push. The cold essentially has to go somewhere else.
BloombergGrab Your Ear Muffs, the New Year's Arriving With a Frigid BangBloomberg“Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. If winter temperatures rise north of Alaska, that “forces an equal-opposite downward-southward push. The cold essentially has to go somewhere ...and more »
BloombergBiggest Fourth-Quarter Gas Rally in 16 Years May Spill Into 2017BloombergU.S. natural gas prices are on track to cap their biggest fourth-quarter rally in 16 years, and traders are betting they have further to climb. The biggest drop in U.S. natural gas supplies since a polar vortex sent temperatures plunging two years ago ...and more »
Washington PostRare coast-to-coast cold snap to engulf Lower 48 late next weekWashington PostMatt Rogers, a meteorologist with Commodity Weather Group, said it takes a rare jet stream to deliver cold air to both coasts simultaneously. “Typical jet stream wavelengths are too narrow to allow cold outbreaks to reach coast-to-coast nearly ...and more »
Traders Discount Second Cold Blast; February Seen 6 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"The coldest period over the next two weeks is now sitting on the fence between the six-10 day and 11-15 day periods," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a Thursday morning report to clients. "From day eight Thru to day 11 ...
Natural Gas Jumps on Cold-Weather ForecastsWall Street JournalCommodity Weather Group LLC said Tuesday that “a massive cold pattern setup” for the second weekend in January, but noted that recent forecasts showed a “significant slowing of the income colder pattern.” Market participants are trying to gauge how far ...and more »
Natural Gas IntelligenceNatGas Markets Find Lots of Volatility Under the Tree This ChristmasNatural Gas IntelligenceCommodity Weather Group (CWG) forecasters agreed that weather models appear to be all over the place as a weak La Niña to a negative neutral background state create the perfect opportunity for a fairly volatile winter situation when both warm and cold ...
Agriculture.comMoney Managers Increase Bearish Bets on Corn Amid Improved South America OutlookAgriculture.com“Substantial rain” fell in parts of central Argentina corn country in the past 24 hours and precipitation is expected in parts of southern Brazil Monday through Wednesday, Commodity Weather Group said in a note on Friday. Bumper crops in the countries ...

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