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NATURAL GAS WEEKLY UPDATE REPORT RELEASE – July 19, 2012

Difference in Natural Gas Consumption for Power Generation in 2011 from 5-Year (2006 - 2010) Average

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration based on Electric Power Monthly





U.S. Natural Gas Supply - Gas Week: (7/11/12 - 7/18/12)
 
Percent change for week compared with:
 
last year
last week
Gross Production
3.98%
-0.10%
Dry Production
4.00%
-0.10%
Canadian Imports
0.17%
2.74%
      West (Net)
6.20%
-1.31%
      MidWest (Net)
-3.97%
4.13%
      Northeast (Net)
-2.73%
9.61%
LNG Imports
-23.28%
-19.77%
Total Supply
3.48%
0.07%
Source: BENTEK Energy LLC


Weekly natural gas rig count and spot Henry Hub

active rigs$ per MMBtu

Source: Baker Hughes



Working natural gas in underground storage5-year (2007-2011) maximumWorking Gas in Storage5-year (2007-2011) minimumJan '11Jul '11Jan '12Jul '121,0002,0003,0004,000billion cubic feetSource: Form EIA-912, "Weekly Underground Natural Gas Storage Report"


Temperature -- Heating & Cooling Degree Days (week ending Jul 12)
 
HDD deviation from:
 
CDD deviation from:
Region
HDD Current
normal
last year
CDD Current
normal
last year
New England
0
-1
0
52
14
-9
Middle Atlantic
0
-1
0
82
28
5
E N Central
0
-1
0
92
38
19
W N Central
0
-3
-1
91
23
8
South Atlantic
0
0
0
115
20
-1
E S Central
0
0
0
108
16
-11
W S Central
0
0
0
121
0
-34
Mountain
0
-7
0
94
19
16
Pacific
0
-5
-4
60
21
17
United States
0
-2
-1
92
21
3
Note: HDD = heating degree-day; CDD = cooling degree-day

Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Monthly dry shale gas production

billion cubic feet per day

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