Morgan Stanley: Low European gas prices to prompt US LNG utilization cuts.

(OGJ Editors – 03/21/2019) – European mainland gas prices have fallen now to about $5/MMbtu, a 50% decline from late September peaks. The loss in supply-demand is due to warmer weather, large LNG imports, and more active renewables. https://www.ogj.com/articles/2019/03/morgan-stanley-low-european-gas-prices-to-prompt-us-lng-utilization-cuts.html

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MARKET WATCH: Brent holds above $67/bbl despite world economic concerns

Light, sweet crude oil for April dropped modestly on the New York market Mar. 15 but still settled just above $58.50/bbl on Mar. 15 while Brent crude oil for May also dropped modestly in London but again settled above $67/bbl. – Oil & Gas Journal https://www.ogj.com/articles/2019/03/market-watch-brent-holds-above-67-bbl-despite-world-economic-concerns.html

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