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Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report for week ending February 10, 2017

Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report

for week ending February 10, 2017   |   Released: February 16, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.   |   Next Release: February 23, 2017

Working gas in underground storage, Lower 48 states Summary text CSV JSN
  Historical Comparisons
Stocks
billion cubic feet (Bcf)
 Year ago
(02/10/16)
5-year average
(2012-16)
Region02/10/1702/03/17net changeimplied flow  Bcf% change Bcf% change
East479  520  -41  -41   583  -17.8  521  -8.1  
Midwest642  685  -43  -43   703  -8.7  585  9.7  
Mountain150  155  -5  -5   148  1.4  142  5.6  
Pacific205  208  -3  -3   256  -19.9  246  -16.7  
South Central969  991  -22  -22   1,057  -8.3  864  12.2  
   Salt332  338  -6  -6   293  13.3  217  53.0  
   Nonsalt636  654  -18  -18   764  -16.8  647  -1.7  
Total2,445  2,559  -114  -114   2,748  -11.0  2,358  3.7  


Summary

Working gas in storage was 2,445 Bcf as of Friday, February 10, 2017, according to EIA estimates. This represents a net decrease of 114 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 303 Bcf less than last year at this time and 87 Bcf above the five-year average of 2,358 Bcf. At 2,445 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

For information on sampling error in this report, see Estimated Measures of Sampling Variability table below.

Working Gas in Underground Storage Compared with Five-Year Range

Note: The shaded area indicates the range between the historical minimum and maximum values for the weekly series from 2012 through 2016. The dashed vertical lines indicate current and year-ago weekly periods.

 

Black Blade: This week's EIA Natural Gas Storage Report is NEUTRAL as draws were within expectations. We are not invested in the sector at this time except for the energy services sector.