U.S. Natural Gas Dip Below $2 Is Brief as Low Prices Buoy DemandBy
Gas inventories forecast to reach record at end of October
U.S. has biggest year-over-year supply glut for the season
U.S. natural gas rebounded after dipping below $2 per million British thermal units for the first time since April 2012 on speculation that low prices and the approach of winter will ease a supply glut.
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