U.S. Natural Gas Dips Below $2 Without a Cold Snap in Sight

  • Natural gas heads for second consecutive weekly decline
  • U.S. gas futures trade at lowest seasonal price since 1998

Winter is about to start in the Northern Hemisphere, and you’d never know it from looking at U.S. natural gas prices. On Thursday they dipped below $2 per million British thermal units for the second time in more than three years.

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