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*** 11/22/17 MODELING REVISIONS: Substantial changes to several models were put in place last week, as a good chunk of modeling
that formerly had been down was brought back up. Please see the Part-6 and Part-7 for a general discussion of the changes.

The largest impact was on the consumption model, which had its data-set more than doubled following the return of this modeling. The
new numbers show a much weaker consumer-economy in 2016 than prior estimates, with a deep plunge in the fall of 2016 in the run up to the
election. This suggests the damage to the economy from the trade deficit at that time was far worse than previously assumed, and suggests
a close call to a deep recession in 2016 (the consumer-side of the economy is in deep recession now, with only the recent pronounced
narrowing in the trade deficit keeping the US economy afloat.

At present, there are still a few models down, but their impact is limited mostly to natgas production, residential & commercial, Mexican
imports/exports, and a tiny bit of generation.

MICRO-ECONOMICS: A record-setting polar air mass (Dec 27th through Jan 7th) threw a curve ball into economic modeling, and will give us
a record-smashing projected 365 BCF draw report Thursday. The polar outbreak impacted much of the gas-flows, including the economic,
and somewhat clouds the modeling. For the economics, a slight softening only on the disruptions.

The Industrial Index slipped from last weeks 160.0 to 158.3 in it's latest read. On the dailies (which are not seasonally adjusted) the index
is coming seasonally off of a strong fourth quarter and Christmas shopping season, but well above year-ago levels. A year ago (to the day)
the index stood at 149.1, so we are running 6.2 percent ahead of last year (in manufacturing).

The consumption index gained from 180.6 last week to 179.2, though it is still down severely from its 2015 all-time high of 242.9.

Food-group scheduling continues to ramp in its bearishness and consumers continue to be battered by rising interest rates and harsh medical
costs which are draining away the liquidity of the consumer that the economy is trying to provide.

The economy remains well insulated from the consumer-side (thanks to the benefit of a declining trade imbalance) but if we did get a report of a
6 or 7 percent 4th-quarter jump in GDP come January (I am thinking for 3.5 or 4.0 as urban- absent from the gas flows- will be lower but who knows)
we would have to worry for what the Federal Reserve might do. It is still in my mind that 600% jump that Alan Greenspan (and Ben Bernanke) did
to cripple the consumer in 2007 and 2008, when the big boys paranoia of rising inflation led them to crash the economy into the Great Recession.
One of the most hart-breaking acts of treachery I have ever seen. It could happen again if the ego's at the Federal Reserve are allowed to satisfy
themselves.

But if they can be forestalled, production gains from the declining trade deficit, the productivity gains associated, and the subsequent earnings gains
are going to cure a lot of problems in ways that most neither anticipate nor expect. The traders know this (the reason the market is running) and
are spreading their nets for a broad catch. The public is not aware... yet. I could see the DOW at 35,000, the trade-deficit gone, and the federal
budget deficit halved by the end of Q4-2018 if this ramp continues, though an intermediate-term commodity-spike will be required to incentivize
certain economies (and alternative forms of energy) along the way.

Keep in mind that we are looking only at the very-short term here in an economy that can change on a dime, on one news report, or one political
speech.

..............................................................--28.week.avg---.........---Daily.(Raw)---.........Daily
...........................................................Industrial..Personal.....Industrial..Personal.......Food
.....................................Dailies..............Prod'n.....Cons'n.........Prod'n.....Cons'n.......Group
...................................12/03/17.............156.3........173.0...........2.680.......36.96........60245
...................................12/04/17.............156.5........173.3...........2.661.......36.96........60337
...................................12/05/17.............156.6........173.3...........2.707.......36.96........62073
...................................12/06/17.............156.7........173.4...........2.735.......36.96........59661
...................................12/07/17.............156.9........173.4...........2.725.......37.89........60754
...................................12/08/17.............157.1........173.3...........2.704.......37.91........62947
...................................12/09/17.............157.3........173.5...........2.693.......39.17........61141
...................................12/10/17.............157.5........173.8...........2.712.......39.17........62077
...................................12/11/17.............157.8r.......174.0...........2.716.......39.17........61825
...................................12/12/17.............157.9........174.0...........2.672.......39.26........62007
...................................12/13/17.............158.0........174.4...........2.653.......39.25........60243
...................................12/14/17.............158.2........174.8...........2.697.......39.25........66104
...................................12/15/17.............158.3........175.1...........2.701.......39.39........66363
...................................12/16/17.............158.4........175.1...........2.711.......38.18........62196
...................................12/17/17.............158.6........175.2...........2.703.......37.82........62930
...................................12/18/17.............158.7........175.6...........2.712.......40.73........62291
...................................12/19/17.............158.8........176.1...........2.717.......41.72........60464
...................................12/20/17.............159.0........176.1...........2.703.......38.32........65126
...................................12/21/17.............159.1........176.2...........2.735.......40.05........61181
...................................12/22/17.............159.3........176.2...........2.772.......40.07........61011
...................................12/23/17.............159.6........176.7...........2.806.......45.27........62379
...................................12/24/17.............159.8........177.4...........2.791.......45.27........62077
...................................12/25/17.............160.1........177.9...........2.781.......45.27........62701
...................................12/26/17.............160.2........178.4...........2.772.......45.27........61407
...................................12/27/17.............160.3........179.1...........2.722.......46.61........63235.. \ Severe Polar outbreak Dec 27th through Jan 07th.
...................................12/28/17.............160.4........179.6...........2.768.......47.20........61443... \
...................................12/29/17.............160.5........180.1...........2.748.......49.89........62673.... \
...................................12/30/17.............160.6........180.5...........2.745.......48.08........63310..... \
...................................12/31/17.............160.5r.......180.8...........2.668.......49.52........65008...... \
...................................01/01/18.............160.4r.......180.6...........2.585.......43.16........61640....... \
...................................01/02/18.............160.0........180.7...........2.578.......43.16........63756....... /
...................................01/03/18.............159.7........180.7...........2.634.......41.98........66934...... /.... \East Coast Snowstorm Jan 3rd & 4th
...................................01/04/18.............159.4........180.5...........2.637.......40.48........65816..... /..... /
...................................01/05/18.............159.1........180.5...........2.594i......42.59i.......66299i.... /
...................................01/06/18.............158.8........179.7...........2.655i......38.89i.......62913i... /
...................................01/07/18.............158.5........179.3...........2.620i......41.34i.......65317i.. /
...................................01/08/18.............158.3........179.2...........2.655i......45.21i.......65257i

MACRO-ECONOMIC NARRATIVE: A year ago, we entered into an economic sea-change brought about by the election of President
Trump. Immediately following the November Elections, Optimism was brought to the industrial and investment sides of the economy.
For the consumption side however, the economy was initially pressured by the political side (consumption tends to be more sympathetic
towards Democrats while industry and investment tend to be more sympathetic towards Republicans).

............................................................Industrial...........Personal
..........................................................Production......Consumption
...................................11/05/16.............143.3.................185.2
...................................11/12/16.............144.3.................180.6
...................................11/19/16.............145.5.................179.1
...................................11/26/16.............147.3.................182.8
...................................12/03/16.............147.1.................180.2
...................................12/10/16.............147.6.................181.5
...................................12/17/16.............148.4.................181.7
...................................12/24/16.............149.1.................181.7
...................................12/31/16.............149.3.................177.0
...................................01/07/17.............149.4.................171.5
...................................01/14/17.............148.5.................164.8
...................................01/21/17.............147.8.................160.8
...................................01/28/17.............147.6.................163.6
...................................02/04/17.............146.9.................166.8
...................................02/11/17.............146.2.................169.4
...................................02/18/17.............144.9.................170.8
...................................02/25/17.............143.7.................170.6
...................................03/04/17.............142.8.................168.7
...................................03/11/17.............142.7.................167.2
...................................03/18/17.............143.4.................166.6
...................................03/25/17.............144.6.................164.7
...................................04/01/17.............145.6.................162.2
...................................04/08/17.............147.3.................163.6
...................................04/15/17.............147.4.................169.1
...................................04/22/17.............147.3.................170.6
...................................04/29/17.............148.4.................162.9
...................................05/06/17.............148.3.................161.2
...................................05/13/17.............149.8.................152.5
...................................05/20/17.............150.9.................151.5
...................................05/27/17.............151.6.................162.1
...................................06/03/17.............152.7.................166.1
...................................06/10/17.............153.0.................173.3
...................................06/17/17.............153.6.................176.7

The industrial side appeared to peak June 17th (at 153.6) while the consumption side had slid (to 176.7). The industrial side then slid to
146.4 (on August 26th's weekly) but reports of overall factory strength in August combined with strongly-bullish baseline scores on natgas
suggested that that weakness was not real, but a mirage created by a shift from rural manufacturing (which my own model can see) to
urban manufacturing (which my model cannot see)..

............................................................Industrial...........Personal
..........................................................Production......Consumption
...................................06/24/17.............152.9.................176.5
...................................07/01/17.............151.1.................173.4
...................................07/08/17.............150.6.................174.2
...................................07/15/17.............150.3.................176.2
...................................07/22/17.............151.1.................176.7
...................................07/29/17.............152.0.................173.6
...................................08/05/17.............151.4.................171.1
...................................08/12/17.............149.9.................172.6
...................................08/19/17.............147.7.................175.4
...................................08/26/17.............146.4.................179.9

Following the August 26th low, strength re-entered industrial side, then the consumption side as well. This lasted well into the fall. Though
the industrial side continued to push to new highs, the consumption index is far from its 242.9 2015 highs. The economy remained primarily
fueled from the industrial side, and that mostly from the progressive conversion of an import-based economy to a domestically-producing
economy.

............................................................Industrial...........Personal
..........................................................Production......Consumption
...................................09/02/17.............146.5.................179.4
...................................09/09/17.............148.2.................176.8
...................................09/16/17.............150.5.................176.5
...................................09/23/17.............152.9.................179.6
...................................09/30/17.............154.8.................186.3
...................................10/07/17.............156.7.................186.8
...................................10/14/17.............158.1.................185.8

Following the Oct 7th (Consumption) / Oct 14th (Industrial) peaks the numbers, especially on the consumption side, began to backtrack at
about the same time that signals began to emerge that the recent "Investigation-a-thon" was tainted by partisanship. Mueller in his first
round of indictments was Republican-only in nature and leaked to highly-slanted press, while Sessions distanced himself from Democratic-
side prosecutions. The Justice Department had signaled bias. I warned weeks ago that the economy (consumers and business leaders
both domestic and foreign) would pick up these signals and react. They did, but mostly on the consumer side as the industrial side
is still insulated by the return of foreign manufacturing.

...................................10/21/17.............158.1.................182.4
...................................10/28/17.............158.5.................177.9
...................................11/04/17.............157.7.................175.9
...................................11/11/17.............156.9.................175.1
...................................11/18/17.............156.9.................175.2
...................................11/25/17.............156.1.................172.6

Following the Nov 25th troughs, revelations of partisan-related dismissals and FBI/Justice Department stonewalling saw strength come back.
The consumer-side acted atypically to the Democratic-Party side, and was the beginning of backlash. This was consistent with the unraveling
of Democratic-side correlation which likely has profound effect going forward. Consumers are very much out of the economic picture and if/
when they return the positive impacts of the unraveling of the US trade deficit will greatly leveraged.

...................................12/02/17.............156.2.................172.8
...................................12/09/17.............157.3.................173.5
...................................12/16/17.............158.4.................175.1

In the very near-term, tax reform has led several large corporations to announce increased capital spending (somewhat significant), and
Christmas-Bonuses (extremely significant) which have come in parallel to a sudden burst in paperboard scheduling (on which the Consumer-
Index is based. The Christmas bonuses are quite progressive (ie $1,000 per employee where they could have been a less-progressive 5%
of salary), and thus solidly aimed at consumers rather than the investment class.

This will be further-stimulative to the consumer-side (besides the consumer-side benefits of increased hiring) and could very well increase the
slope of the economic ramp that we are seeing this fall. The consumer side is still well behind the industrial side, but this could be a game-
changer in terms of bringing the consumer back into the economy. This will be watched the next week to see if this is truly something coming
in, or merely random noise in the data.

...................................12/23/17.............159.6.................176.7
...................................12/30/17.............160.6.................180.5
...................................01/06/18.............158.8.................179.7........(Anomalous winter weather slows economy?)

GLOBAL ECONOMICS: For world Markets... the implied switch toward US industrial production (that is evidenced in the gas flows since
the Trump election) implies a switch away from foreign industrial production, and there is a strong assumption that the world's non-US
economies are under pressure as a result. In the United States it became a little more trendy to buy "Made-in-the-US" products rather than
foreign.

At this US switch progresses, there will be a constant bleed within non-US economies... just as there was a constant bleed within the US
economy when its imports ballooned through the last two decades. Foreign economies therefore will have to be vigilant to avoid the
consequences that the US collected for itself during those years.

As long as the Trump administration pushes forward on its campaign of trade balancing against nations with large trade-surpluses into the US,
the trade-flows of those nations will be pressured. As this progresses, global recession or worse (should US trade-demand abate) endangers
those foreign economies, and that part of their manufacturing base that is not represented by internal demand will be at great risk.

In a Trump world (and post-Trump world) the continual practice of dumping product into the US (in return for US liquidity infusions to foreign
central-reserve banks) is at some point going to fail. If Trump (or a successor) does not fix it, the markets will eventually fix it themselves,
and in a way none will like. Rising US debt is building a global bubble.

The answer (for foreign nations that are addicted to export in exchange for cash) is to self-stimulate their own economies, to allow their own
citizens to afford to purchase the works of their own hands.

US cash (in a central bank) is no alternative for gold, and no alternative for diversification. If the US dollar collapses (due to uncontrolled
debt accumulation breaking global US dollar confidence) the risk to central banks that have accumulated great hordes of US dollars will be
as substantial to those foreign nations as the risks to the US itself.

NATGAS FAIR VALUE MODEL: The continuing bearish baseline shift gas generated $2.90, $2.88, and $2.86 fair-value "snapshots" on
December 16th, 20th, and 25th, respectively. On the polar-plunge, an anomalous crossing at 3.03 was generated, but I am discounting
that as high salt-skew and freeze-offs through off the baseline scoring drastically in the January 5th crossing. The prior three crossings
mark the high point before the production adds began in earnest in November and fair-value (in spite of what the model says) is going to
be well south of these numbers once it is rediscovered.

We have a race, however, between surging natgas production and surging natgas industrial demand, and cove point is expected to ramp
soon as well so we will have to wait patiently on the bear-side to see just when the storm is past.

Fair Value Crossings (From 05/19/13 Model Run)
..................--10 Week Average--
____Date____H.Hub__Oil/Gas___Comments__
.....04/15/14......5.13......19.73.....(on 101.28 oil)
.....11/26/15......2.27......19.69.....(on 44.73 oil)
.....03/04/15......2.08......15.42.....(on 32.01 oil)
.....03/23/15......1.92......17.11.....(on 32.90 oil)
.....12/16/17......2.90......19.07.....(on 55.23 oil) *** Present
.....12/20/17......2.88......19.29.....(on 55.65 oil) *** Present
.....12/25/17......2.86......19.63.....(on 56.14 oil) *** Present
.....01/05/18......3.03......18.94.....(on 57.48 oil) *** Anomalous

NATGAS STORAGE: Last weeks reported EIA withdrawal (206 BCF) favored the EIA-Weighted Model (217 BCF) over Capacity Model (159
BCF). Baseline was for a 216 BCF draw, scoring the EIA report as 10 BCF to-the-bearish. Against the Capacity Model (where it counts the
most) the draw was 57 BCF to-the-bearish.

For this weeks report (Thursday), the EIA-weighted model settled at a record 365 BCF draw. This will easily be the largest US withdraw, and
the first 300 BCF+ draw ever. This on a week that was easily the coldest ever... at least going back to the start of my modeling. Each of the
seven days of the gas-week were near all-time records, with three of the 7 days breaking the old. It was the coldest week ever.

Baseline was therefore record as well... 323 BCF withdrawn. That scores the estimate for Thursday 42 BCF to the bullish. But the outlandish
draw was produced by outlandishly-estimated salt-skew... 79 BCF worth... with the Capacity Model estimating a 286 BCF draw. That keeps
the weeks result bearish... 37 BCF to-the-bearish against that 323 BCF Baseline. Not in that is another 19 BCF of freeze-offs (56 BCF to-the-
bearish).

Next weeks count (so far) on the early-week-bitterness is 166 BCF withdrawn so far on the EIA-weighted model, 150 BCF on the Capacity
model. Salt-skew will go the other way and deduct from the EIA-wtd model so no more 300 BCF draws... Low 200's more likely.

Enormous bearishness looks to be under natgas, with natgas production surging 4.55 BCF a day YOY in the January monthlies in spite of all
the freeze-offs. The December monthlies closed with natgas production up 7.52 BCF a day YOY. I am personally out of the natgas side completely
and in big on the oil side in my E&P's.

......=========================US Gas Flow Models (US storage injections, in BCF, as of 9AM)==========================
.........Week.....------------------Composite.Model-----------------------------...Capacity....EIA.........EIA......Baseline.......------EIA------.....Capacity.Model
......_Ending___Sat__Sun__ Mon__Tue__Wed__ Thr___Fri___Total___Model__ Model__Actual__(Neutral)___YOY__YO5YA__YOY__YO5YA
.....12/15/17...-26.8..-24.3...-22.5...-24.2...-27.7..-28.5...-27.9...-181.0.......-133......-180.......-182.........-190..............-199.........-90........-25.......-121
.....12/22/17...-20.5..-15.2...-12.5...-11.9...-13.9..-19.3...-18.7...-111.0.......-106......-109.......-112...........-97................-63.........-84..........89......-116
.....12/29/17...-20.4..-21.6...-24.4...-30.8...-34.3..-37.5...-37.0...-205.0.......-159......-219.......-206.........-216..............-197.......-202........-10.......-198
.....01/05/18...-46.7..-47.9...-52.3...-55.3...-54.2..-53.7...-54.9...-364.0.......-286......-365.......................-323..............-441.......-395.......-209......-323
.....01/12/18...-43.3i..-36.6i..-29.7i..-23.0i..-23.6i....-5.0i....-4.9i..-165.0i......-150i.....-166i............................................-416.......-394......-199i......-328i

LONGER-TERM MODEL: The EIA-wtd model's extrapolations fall on the bitter-cold and all the skewing. Spring 2018 falls from 1461 to 1236 BCF.
Fall 2018 falls from 3682 to 3378. These numbers are way too low and will rise substantially over the months ahead as the bearishness tightens.

......===============US Longer-Term Model===================
.....2017 Spring.....2049 BCF*...Fall..3790* BCF
.....2018 Spring.....1236 BCF.....Fall..3378 BCF
.....2019 Spring.......989 BCF.....Fall..3155 BCF
.....2020 Spring.......748 BCF.....Fall..2937 BCF
......*=Actual for weeks ended 04/11/17 & 11/15/17

DAILY GLOBAL WARMING MODEL (PART 1 FROZEN INVENTORIES): Very bland looking still and split 3-vs-3 with the Northern Hemisphere
warming while the southern hemisphere cools (against seasonals). Odds for the moment are still for a slightly warmer-than-normal winter, but
cooler than last years mild thing. Keep in mind climate can change on a dime.

The Northern Hemisphere is now building frozen inventory in a physical process that releases heat trapped in water as it refreezes. The process
of releasing heat into the atmosphere moderates the winter cold from the brutality of the cold that would otherwise ensue as the sun (and its aspects
of heating the Earth) withdraws to the horizon. This is the flip-side of the summer melt, where a heat-dissipating role (when ice melts) pulls heat
from the atmosphere, to moderate the summer from the brutality of the heat that would otherwise ensue as the sun (and its aspects of heating the
Earth) advances high into the sky to bake the Earth.

In in winter, as the freezing of sea and land water progresses (starting near the pole), a white disk of completely frozen water grows from the pole
outward. Within that disk, the process of releasing heat into the atmosphere degrades, and temperatures plummet. How close that disk gets to you
(and especially how far to your south it drops and for how long) will determine how cold your winter will be.

The purposes of my modeling (in measuring snow, sea-ice, and icecap) is to attempt to measure the size of that white disk against seasonal averages,
and the speed at which that white disk grows against seasonal averages, to weight the likelihood (or unlikelihood) of an outlier-of-a-winter in the making.

In my own mind, I question whether this is the basis of ice ages... whether periods of glaciation expanse are more a product of a loss of open water
(rather than severely colder winters) which impedes mitigation of heat loss in winter. At least, it fits better with the modeling. Of course if that opinion
is right... if a hemisphere should loose all of its ice at any time before summer, than that hemisphere becomes a hell-on-earth in summer where
temperatures could go above the boiling point to find the next point where summer heat can be massively mitigated, or the thickening of the atmosphere
to the point that more sunlight can be reflected back into space to mitigate summer heat. Mine is a very radical view.

DAILY GLOBAL WARMING MODEL (PART 2- HUMAN INFLUENCE STUDY):: The transition to the new platform was completed four weeks ago and the
model has since woke up and has generated a set of crude tracking data within the six test models. Though I have to type it manually into the posts, I
have included last weeks newly-generated data in a new section in the "Part 2" post for 4 of the 6 most significant models.

In my methodology, I added a straight measure of mathematical correlation to each of the 6 models, in addition to my own "Similarity" model to further
the tracking. A tracking model for correlation was also been added to the "Part 2" posts.

In converting to the new platform, I am starting to employ methods to hunt for anomalies in the data set (where folks have messed with the data through
re calibration or otherwise) and there appears to be a lot of that. So the models presented in the "Part 2" posts remain quite crude and are in fact likely
just predecessors to what the modeling will become as it matures.

This will also be a do-or-die moment for the model... if the signatures of the anomalies are all unstable, than the effectiveness of the model will be doubtful.
On the other hand, if the anomalies are stable and progressive, than the model will be able to actually track human influence and correlate it to industrial
and economic activity (from other forms of modeling) to better predict forward climate, including in regards to the energy markets.

..............................========================================Estimate of Changes to Global Sea Ice Inventories (Square Miles)=========================================
..............................------------------------------------Northern Hemisphere------------------------------------................-------------------------------------Southern Hemisphere------------------------------------
......................................................................................................................Net Effect Of.........................................................................................................................Net Effect
..............................----------Sea Ice Inventory----------....................................Hemispheric...............................----------Sea Ice Inventory----------.....................................Hemispheric
...................................Two............One...............................Net.........................Cooling.......30-Day.......................Two...........One................................Net.........................Cooling........30-Day
......____________Years Ago_ Year Ago__Present___Change__Baseline_(Warming)__Average________Years Ago_ Year Ago__ Present___Change__Baseline_(Warming)__ Average
......01/02/18............2880732....2842974....2830315........14580..........9588..........4992.........-1194...................1546504....1355513....1473499.......-28452......-35771..........7319..........2422
......01/03/18............2889641....2865080....2847972........17657..........9471..........8185...........-315...................1513574....1330389....1445905.......-27594......-32900..........5306..........2456
......01/04/18............2894375....2896379....2858078........10106..........9422............684...........-232...................1487974....1312034....1396284.......-49621......-29762.......-19858..........1630
......01/05/18............2902732....2910079....2878196........20117..........9588........10528..............37...................1454973....1291374....1364962.......-31321.......-27525........-3795..........1631
......01/06/18............2922322....2905649....2874411.........-3785..........9628.......-13413..........-328...................1420710....1267216....1345547.......-19415.......-26426..........7010..........2363
......01/07/18............2936804....2897320....2868861.........-5550..........9427.......-14977..........-738...................1395763....1251109....1300587.......-44960.......-25891.......-19068..........2058
......01/08/18............2950209....2899659....2872919..........4058..........9324.........-5266.........-1452...................1376743....1238972....1262593......-37994.......-25487.......-12506..........1802

......Minimum............................(09/11/12).....928478............................................................................................................(03/03/11)....764252
......Maximum...........................(02/25/98)...3585826............................................................................................................(09/20/14)..4334299

Today's refining numbers...

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...............Weeklies......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)..........Weeklies.......(MMCF/D)
...............12/27/13............389...............12/26/14............438...............06/26/15............316...............12/25/15............408...............06/24/16............316...............12/23/16............430...............06/23/17............390...............12/22/17............443
...............01/03/14............383...............01/02/15............441...............07/03/15............320...............01/01/16............415...............07/01/16............309...............12/30/16............415...............06/30/17............362...............12/29/17............483
...............01/10/14............384...............01/09/15............427...............07/10/15............334...............01/08/16............402...............07/08/16............324...............01/06/17............401...............07/07/17............386...............01/05/18............444i
...............01/17/14............346...............01/16/15............418...............07/17/15............324...............01/15/16............408...............07/15/16............340...............01/13/17............404...............07/14/17............373
...............01/24/14............340...............01/23/15............409...............07/24/15............338...............01/22/16............413...............07/22/16............316...............01/20/17............416...............07/21/17............363
...............01/31/14............420...............01/30/15............379...............07/31/15............335...............01/29/16............379...............07/29/16............325...............01/27/17............388...............07/28/17............358
...............02/07/14............386...............02/06/15............406...............08/07/15............331...............02/05/16............380...............08/05/16............326...............02/03/17............349...............08/04/17............342
...............02/14/14............379...............02/13/15............394...............08/14/15............315...............02/12/16............411...............08/12/16............317...............02/10/17............382...............08/11/17............384
...............02/21/14............348...............02/20/15............400...............08/21/15............304...............02/19/16............399...............08/19/16............323...............02/17/17............392...............08/18/17............388
...............02/28/14............334...............02/27/15............389...............08/28/15............324...............02/26/16............441...............08/26/16............337...............02/24/17............369...............08/25/17............352
...............03/07/14............347...............03/06/15............423...............09/04/15............336...............03/04/16............430...............09/02/16............370...............03/03/17............340...............09/01/17............349
...............03/14/14............345...............03/13/15............418...............09/11/15............352...............03/11/16............385...............09/09/16............342...............03/10/17............363...............09/08/17............397
...............03/21/14............361...............03/20/15............369...............09/18/15............367...............03/18/16............393...............09/16/16............339...............03/17/17............387...............09/15/17............391
...............03/28/14............357...............03/27/15............358...............09/25/15............323...............03/25/16............396...............09/23/16............351...............03/24/17............366...............09/22/17............375
...............04/04/14............352...............04/03/15............367...............10/02/15............323...............04/01/16............384...............09/30/16............353...............03/31/17............364...............09/29/17............373
...............04/11/14............394...............04/10/15............402...............10/09/15............328...............04/08/16............306...............10/07/16............380...............04/07/17............420...............10/06/17............398
...............04/18/14............381...............04/17/15............409...............10/16/15............344...............04/15/16............343...............10/14/16............387...............04/14/17............366...............10/13/17............403
...............04/25/14............351...............04/24/15............392...............10/23/15............331...............04/22/16............308...............10/21/16............355...............04/21/17............356...............10/20/17............413
...............05/02/14............397...............05/01/15............392...............10/30/15............360...............04/29/16............360...............10/28/16............354...............04/28/17............394...............10/27/17............407
...............05/09/14............318...............05/08/15............354...............11/06/15............366...............05/06/16............350...............11/04/16............388...............05/05/17............370...............11/03/17............411
...............05/16/14............405...............05/15/15............354...............11/13/15............393...............05/13/16............356...............11/11/16............398...............05/12/17............381...............11/10/17............393
...............05/23/14............454...............05/22/15............370...............11/20/15............407...............05/20/16............358...............11/18/16............423...............05/19/17............399...............11/17/17............423
...............05/30/14............490...............05/29/15............366...............11/27/15............418...............05/27/16............355...............11/25/16............429...............05/26/17............381...............11/24/17............432
...............06/06/14............443...............06/05/15............365...............12/04/15............412...............06/03/16............326...............12/02/16............426...............06/02/17............391...............12/01/17............437
...............06/13/14............391...............06/12/15............354...............12/11/15............408...............06/10/16............323...............12/09/16............418...............06/09/17............368...............12/08/17............419
...............06/20/14............421...............06/19/15............327...............12/18/15............408...............06/17/16............306...............12/16/16............441...............06/16/17............357...............12/15/17............434

...................................Scheduling....Weeks
................Dailies......... (MMCF).........Avg

...............12/09/17.(w)......427
...............12/10/17.(w)......430
...............12/11/17............436
...............12/12/17............428
...............12/13/17............424
...............12/14/17............462
...............12/15/17............429.............434

...............12/16/17.(w)......432
...............12/17/17.(w)......432
...............12/18/17............449
...............12/19/17............426
...............12/20/17............435
...............12/21/17............432
...............12/22/17............496.............443

...............12/23/17.(w)......485
...............12/24/17.(w)......491
...............12/25/17............490
...............12/26/17............479
...............12/27/17............475
...............12/28/17............483
...............12/29/17............477.............483

...............12/30/17.(w)......465
...............12/31/17.(w)......444
...............01/01/18............444
...............01/02/18............441
...............01/03/18............446
...............01/04/18............399
...............01/05/18............396i............444i

...............01/06/18.(w)......424i
...............01/07/18.(w)......420i
...............01/08/18............431i............444i

...............(w) = weekend (Saturday/Sunday)