North American gas producers are killing their commodity’s big rally by opening more wells, putting the U.S. on track toward record gas supplies this year, according to a Bloomberg analysis. The 44% price rise in natural gas between Sept. 10 and Oct. 30 stalled as Chesapeake (CHK) and others added output in areas such as the Marcellus shale; COP and ECA brought back curtailed output.
North American gas producers are killing their commodity’s big rally by opening more wells,...
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