Natural gas traded sideways to lower today, finishing down by 1.67%. Details of the Freeport LNG restart remained somewhat murky, materializing as more broken telephone chatter than fact-based information. Natural gas traders seemed more focused on storage data today which happened to surprise to the upside with a reported injection of 41 bcf compared to an average analyst projection of 32.9 bcf.  While all eyes were on WTI as it continued to lose ground, falling 2.51% to $88.35, a level not seen since February 9th, 2022.

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