UNL

United States 12 Month Natural Gas
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8.76
-0.17
-1.92%
Closed 16:00 09/25 EDT
OPEN
8.90
PREV CLOSE
8.93
HIGH
8.90
LOW
8.75
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39.37K
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52 WEEK HIGH
9.75
52 WEEK LOW
7.10
TOTAL ASSET
6.67M
YTD YIELD
5.77%
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Natural Gas Market: The Balance Is Getting Tighter, But The Forward Curve Is Not Cheap
Aggregate demand for U.S. natural gas totaled around 578 bcf (or 82.6 bcf/d) for the week ending September 25.Aggregate supply of natural gas in the contiguous United States totaled around 636 bcf (or 90.9 bcf/d) in the same week.Currently, we expect the EIA to report a build of 75 bcf next week (a final estimate will be released on Wednesday).Total natural gas demand is projected to trend higher (slowly) but is also currently expected to remain mostly below last year's level.November contract looks overvalued relative to near-term fundamentals and is also at odds with the latest spot price.
Seekingalpha · 10h ago
Natural Gas Implodes And Explodes- More Volatility Ahead
It took natural gas two months to rally by over 90%. Natural gas should remain highly volatile over the coming weeks. Inventories are very high going into the peak season- Maybe the highest ever. Production is falling. Volatility creates a paradise for trading.
Seekingalpha · 13h ago
EIA reported a natural gas storage build of +66 Bcf last week
EIA Natural Gas Inventory: +66 Bcf vs. +89 Bcf last week.Futures ([[NG1:COM]] +1.8%)ETFs: [[UNG]], [[BOIL]], [[KOLD]], [[UNL]].
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Natural Gas Market: End-Of-Injection-Season Storage Index Is Now Below Market Expectations
This Thursday, we expect the EIA to report 3,681 bcf of working gas in storage for the week ending September 18.We anticipate to see a build of 67 bcf, which is 30 bcf smaller than a year ago and 13 bcf smaller vs. the 5-year average.Annual storage "surplus" is projected to shrink by 198 bcf by October 23.Yesterday, for the first time since August 7, our end-of-injection-season storage index dropped below market expectations.However, our end-of-withdrawal-season storage index remains above market expectations (for now), but has been trending down lately.
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
September 2020: Natural Gas Supply-Demand Balance Overview And Forecast
Overall, the year-over-year average daily rate of consumption of dry natural gas in June 2020 increased in two of the four consuming sectors, and it decreased in the other two.Residential deliveries were the highest for the month since 2009. Commercial deliveries were the lowest for the month since 2012.Despite this year-to-year decrease, the average daily rate of natural gas exports was the second highest for the month since EIA began tracking monthly exports in 1973.Overall, we believe that over the next three months (September to November), total supply will be declining faster than total demand (on an annualized basis), ensuring that total supply-demand balance will be tighter relative to 2019.Annual storage "surplus" is currently projected to shrink by -184 bcf by October 23. Storage "surplus" vs. 5-year average is projected to shrink by -83 bcf over the same period.
Seekingalpha · 3d ago
Natural Gas Market: Exceedingly Bullish Expectations Have Withered Away
Aggregate demand for U.S. natural gas totaled around 605 bcf (or 86.4 bcf/d) for the week ending September 18.Aggregate supply of natural gas in the contiguous United States totaled around 643 bcf (or 91.9 bcf/d) in the same week.Currently, we expect the EIA to report a build of 64 bcf next week (a final estimate will be released on Wednesday).Projected TDDs have stopped declining, which may provide some support for the spot price and, in turn, for the futures price as well.Yesterday's drop in price became possible only because of exceedingly bullish sentiment that dominated the market for most of August.
Seekingalpha · 09/18 16:13
Natural Gas Inventories On A Fast Track For The Four Trillion Cubic Feet Level
Only twice before have natural gas stockpiles reached four tcf.Injections have been rising over the past two weeks.Only nine weeks to go until the 2020/2021 withdrawal season.The hurricane season has caused lots of volatility.The November 2019 high stands as critical resistance- Trading natural gas with BOIL and KOLD.
Seekingalpha · 09/18 13:28
Natural Gas: Ouch, Someone Get The Bulls A Bandaid
Persistent cash market weakness continues to drag October futures lower.And with incoming bearish weather, prices may be stuck here for a while longer.But fundamental signals for the winter heating demand season are improving with Lower 48 production exhibiting steady declines throughout September excluding shut-in and maintenance.If production falls to ~86 Bcf/d by year-end, winter heating demand season will see a deficit of 5 Bcf/d. This is why the winter gas curve remains above $3/MMBtu.So, while the bulls are hurting today, put on a bandaid and suck it up. Falling production is your friend, and bearish cash remains your worst enemy. But once we get past the shoulder season, things should be fine again (for the bulls).
Seekingalpha · 09/17 22:48
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Return
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1-Month
9.6754%
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3-Month
13.3113%
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6-Month
20.5296%
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1-Year
5.7660%
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3-Year
-4.1411%
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5-Year
-5.8229%
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10-Year
-13.1625%
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Since Inception
-14.4719%
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Fund Name
United States 12 Month Natural Gas
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2009-11-18
Benchmark
Dow Jones US Healthcare TR
Advisor Company
USCF Investments
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Gerber/Mah/Ngim