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NatGas Cash, Futures Part Company As Bulls Embrace Plump EIA Storage Data - Natural Gas Intelligence

Thu, 10/12/2017 - 6:06pm
Natural Gas IntelligenceNatGas Cash, Futures Part Company As Bulls Embrace Plump EIA Storage DataNatural Gas Intelligence"For the third day in a row, we see significant pattern adjustments in the latter half of the 11-15 day range that are slowly rolling forward," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients. "Before that point ...and more »

Increased Production Balancing Market, Analyst Says; November Called 4 Cents Higher - Natural Gas Intelligence

Thu, 10/12/2017 - 9:03am
Increased Production Balancing Market, Analyst Says; November Called 4 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence"For the third day in a row, we see significant pattern adjustments in the latter half of the 11-15 day range that are slowly rolling forward," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients. "Before that point ...

Midwest Weather a Mixed Bag as Rain This Weekend Likely Followed by Dry Spell - Agriculture.com

Wed, 10/11/2017 - 10:22am
Agriculture.comMidwest Weather a Mixed Bag as Rain This Weekend Likely Followed by Dry SpellAgriculture.comThe good news for farmers who are behind on harvest is that after today, the odds of rain in much of the Midwest will diminish until the weekend, said David Streit, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. Saturday and Sunday ...

3 Big Things Today, October 11 - Agriculture.com

Wed, 10/11/2017 - 7:39am
3 Big Things Today, October 11Agriculture.comCommodity Weather Group said the corn and bean harvest in the Midwest and wheat seeding in the southern Plains will benefit from drier weather in the next two days, but a storm will push through during the weekend, putting farmers further behind.and more »

3 Big Things Today, October 10 - Agriculture.com

Tue, 10/10/2017 - 7:41am
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, October 10Agriculture.comSoybeans were a bit higher overnight while wheat was slightly lower as global concerns dominate headlines. Soybeans rose amid concerns about the crop in Brazil. The odds of rainfall in most growing areas of Brazil are below-normal, according to ...Grain, Soybean Futures Drift LowerFox Businessall 30 news articles »

US Plains HRW Wheat-Basis flat to weak; freeze in forecast - Times of India

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 6:05pm
US Plains HRW Wheat-Basis flat to weak; freeze in forecastTimes of IndiaForecasts called for a hard freeze Monday night in parts of the central Plains but no crop damage was expected, the Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients. * The U.S. Department of Agriculture's weekly export inspections and crop progress ...Google News

NatGas Cash, Futures Diverge As Traders Mull Minimal Heating Load - Natural Gas Intelligence

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 5:54pm
NatGas Cash, Futures Diverge As Traders Mull Minimal Heating LoadNatural Gas IntelligenceShut-in production was more than offset by prospects of minimal seasonal heating load. "The very warm pattern continued on the models over the weekend with just a little bit of noise here and there," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather ...and more »

UAE- Bracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safe - MENAFN.COM

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 5:27pm
MENAFN.COMUAE- Bracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safeMENAFN.COM... saying it would not accept or deliver crude until after Nate subsided. Matt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80mph winds.and more »

Grain, Soybean Futures Drift Lower - Fox Business

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 4:01pm
Grain, Soybean Futures Drift LowerFox BusinessRain is needed to ease stress on corn and soybeans in the north of the country particularly, said the Commodity Weather Group in a note to clients. Write to Benjamin Parkin at benjamin.parkin@wsj.com. (END) Dow Jones Newswires. October 09, 2017 15:46 ...and more »

The East Coast's Warm Fall Spells Trouble for Gas Bulls - Bloomberg

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 1:56pm
BloombergThe East Coast's Warm Fall Spells Trouble for Gas BullsBloombergThe result is that gas-weighted heating degree days, a measure of demand, could fall to the lowest since 2007, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. This warmth hasn't been nationwide, however.and more »

Record Low HDD, Record High CDD In Play; November Called A Penny Higher - Natural Gas Intelligence

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 9:02am
Record Low HDD, Record High CDD In Play; November Called A Penny HigherNatural Gas Intelligence"The very warm pattern continued on the models over the weekend with just a little bit of noise here and there," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients. "October 2017 is tracking toward record low heating ...

3 Big Things Today, October 9 - Agriculture.com

Mon, 10/09/2017 - 7:38am
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, October 9Agriculture.comWheat futures were lower in overnight trading on reports of beneficial rain that may boost the Australian crop. Showers Monday and later in the week will ease drought stress in parts of New South Wales, one of Australia's biggest producers, according ...and more »

More US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm Nate - Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Sun, 10/08/2017 - 6:15pm
NewsweekMore US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm NateHellenic Shipping News WorldwideMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. “In our view it is not going to be strong enough to ...UPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm NateBusiness Insiderall 1,734 news articles »

UPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate - Business Insider

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 3:14pm
Washington PostUPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm NateBusiness InsiderMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to do damage" to offshore ...More US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm NateYahoo NewsBracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safeKhaleej Timesall 1,200 news articles »

Bracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safe - Khaleej Times

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 1:15pm
Khaleej TimesBracing for Nate, US oil firms play it safeKhaleej Times... saying it would not accept or deliver crude until after Nate subsided. Matt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80mph winds.and more »

Nate Hits Hurricane Strength as Region Faces $1 Billion Damages - Bloomberg

Sat, 10/07/2017 - 3:24am
BloombergNate Hits Hurricane Strength as Region Faces $1 Billion DamagesBloomberg“I am amazed at how fast it is moving,” said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. “It just lifted off Honduras and it is going to make landfall in New Orleans by tomorrow.” Hurricane warnings are in place ...UPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate (COP, CVX, RDSA, XOM)Markets InsiderMore US Gulf Oil Producers Halt Output Ahead of Tropical Storm NateU.S. News & World ReportDeadly storm Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastSTLtoday.comGreater Baton Rouge Business Reportall 2,323 news articles »

More US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm Nate - Nasdaq

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 6:47pm
NewsweekMore US Gulf oil producers halt output ahead of Tropical Storm NateNasdaqMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the rapid speed of the storm could keep it from becoming more than a Category 1 hurricane, producing up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to ...Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm NateReutersStrengthening storm Nate heads toward Gulf CoastWorcester TelegramTropical Storm Nate shuts oil platforms as it moves toward Gulf CoastGreater Baton Rouge Business ReportChicago Tribuneall 2,239 news articles »

Most US Gulf Oil Output Offline Ahead of Tropical Storm Nate - U.S. News & World Report

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 3:18pm
U.S. News & World ReportMost US Gulf Oil Output Offline Ahead of Tropical Storm NateU.S. News & World ReportMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to do damage" to offshore ...Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastHouma CourierTropical Storm Nate shuts oil platforms as it moves toward Gulf CoastGreater Baton Rouge Business ReportNate May Bring $1 Billion Damages to Hurricane-Weary RegionBloombergChicago Tribuneall 2,000 news articles »

UPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate (COP, CVX, RDSA, XOM) - Markets Insider

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 3:16pm
TIMEUPDATE 1-Most US Gulf oil output offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate (COP, CVX, RDSA, XOM)Markets InsiderMatt Rogers, meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group, said the speed of the storm could leave it as a Category 1 hurricane with up to 80 mile per hour (129 kph) winds. "In our view it is not going to be strong enough to do damage" to offshore ...More US Gulf Oil Producers Halt Output Ahead of Tropical Storm NateU.S. News & World ReportNate Nears Coast as Region Faces $1 Billion DamageBloombergDeadly storm Nate shuts oil platforms on track to Gulf CoastSTLtoday.comChicago Tribuneall 2,631 news articles »

CBOT soybeans close higher, buoyed by late technical surge - Times of India

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 3:15pm
CBOT soybeans close higher, buoyed by late technical surgeTimes of IndiaCBOT November soybeans settled up 4 cents at $9.72-1/4 a bushel after reaching $9.73-3/4, its highest since Sept. 29. * Updated weather forecasts delayed the return of rains to northern crop areas of Brazil, the Commodity Weather Group said in a daily ...and more »

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