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Higher US gas prices may be sustained as demand continues climbing

With J. Robinson

July 14, 2016 06:06:13 EST (3:26)

US natural gas prices have recently been at their highest since last summer, including Henry Hub futures prices nearly breaking $3/MMBtu at the start of July. J. Robinson explains how various power sector factors are supporting higher demand and which other influences -- such as LNG exports -- could keep prices higher as production in various regions falls off.

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