The winter months typically see demand kick up for naturalgas, which is often reflected in the higher prices. But last year’s unseasonably warm winter put downward pressure on NG and its related investments alike. In fact, the United States suffered the warmest 12-month span in its history (as far back as records have been kept) between 2011 and 2012, making it very difficult for this commodity to get going. Unfortunately, the first part of the coming winter does not look to be shaping up much better [for more natural gas news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].
Forecasters are predicting “that early December will be warmer than originally forecast for most of the U.S.,” writes CNBC. The news sent NG tumbling on Monday, as warmer weather will mean less use for the fossil fuel in homes across the country. While many may be fretting about the next few weeks, NG may actually be poised for a good entra