U.S. natural gas stocks tumbled on Tuesday, as gas prices fell alongside oil, tested their lowest levels since March. U.S. inventories rose. And fear of recession increased as the International Energy Agency (IEA) projected weaker-than-expected demand for the remainder of the year.
Natural gas futures pared losses after diving 7% in early trade. Domestic inventories recovered some lost ground after an explosion that knocked out part of Freeport LNG’s export terminal in Quintana,…
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