Welcome back everyone. Prices continued to trade at yesterday’s levels today, ranging between US$8.155/MMBtu and $8.456. The October prompt month contract ended the day up $0.035 at $8.284. Not much has changed fundamentally, hence no major moves. Temperatures have been shifting cooler than warmer back and forth, and while hurricane season has finally begun, no major storms are cited to yet hit the U.S. Overseas, we are also seeing some relief. While Russian gas concerns are still on the horizon, European storage levels have caught up and sit above the 5-year average. This allows for some pressure to be removed, as seen with falling TTF prices day over day. ~CL

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