Prices continued to traded within a tight range today between a low of US$9.10/MMBtu and a high of $9.455. The day ultimately settled up $0.137 from yesterday at $9.33, but at the time writing, the September prompt month contract returned to $9.21. No new developments since yesterday, so the potential for a hurricane, warmer weather into September, high prices overseas, and low storage continue to loom on the horizon as the most pressing fundamentals. Tomorrow will show a storage number from the U.S. EIA which could swing us in either direction, or keep us flat where we are. At this point, numbers to the downside will play more of a role and lead to even higher prices. ~CL

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