Natural Gas Weekly Forward Supply & Demand Report

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Anticipate Long-Term Market Impact & Trends with Forward-Looking Supply & Demand Balances

A comprehensive look at the natural gas market fundamentals driving the forward-curve 18-months out 


Our Forward Supply & Demand (S&D) report is a weekly projection that includes a detailed breakdown future of supply, demand, imports, exports, and storage for natural gas in the lower 48. Rather than forecasting prices, we project supply and demand using current forward curves, which helps our clients make informed decisions with respect to current forward curves. In addition, our models incorporate the impact of structural changes as well as the impact of shifting forward-curve prices on our supply and demand models. 


Anticipate the market:

  • Big Picture: We provide a comprehensive look at the natural gas S&D picture on a national level in order to help you understand the market. With our models, commentary and data, identify changes in line-item trends, such as production, exports to Mexico, LNG and power burn.
  • Plan Ahead: We publish our forward supply and demand outlook two days before the EIA releases their weekly report. Our weekly report helps you plan accordingly in anticipation of end of month storage levels.  
  • Ever-Evolving: Our report and outlook evolves each week as we analyze new prices and changes in weather predictions.
  • Expert Analysis: The data in this report is complemented by thorough commentary that will help you understand changes, such as forecast versus actual weather impacts, from week over week to year over year. 


Through an accurate, forward look into supply and demand fundamentals you are able to better position yourself in the futures market. Our models do not assume acceptable storage numbers or require that the market artificially balance, giving you access to an unbiased, honest interpretation of the raw data.


Manage your exposure. With a forward-looking supply and demand forecast, our reports help produces take advantage of higher prices in the market and hedge their risk if prices fall. 


Hedge price risks associated with buying or selling gas with a forward-facing view of supply and demand. Get insight on how future prices and key shifts in fundamentals drive upcoming changes to U.S. production, consumption, export and LNG behavior affecting the supply and demand balance as well as your longer-term positions.