Story #1: Great chart in today's Wall Street Journal
By 2021, the U.S. may be one of the three largest LNG [liquefied natural gas] exporters in the world.
Story #2: Natgas Rises As Cool Spring Affects Supply
MDA Weather Services in Gaithersburg, Md., predicted colder-than-normal weather in the Midwest and parts of the eastern U.S. from April 12 through April 21. Inventories fell to 822 billion cubic feet in the week ended March 28, the least since 2003, government data show.
XX Sean's note -- just as I predicted in a presentation I made at the Oxford Club Conference in Carlsbad two weeks ago.
Story #3: the EIA reports that US natural gas consumption set a record this past winter.