US contracts for natural gas continued their gains during Tuesday’s trading, exceeding $6 per million British thermal units, in light of the growing gas supply crisis.
Heating and power generation fuel prices rose globally as stocks fell in Europe and Asia, raising fears of shortages as winter approaches.
In the US, supply disruptions linked to storms and hurricanes have exacerbated concerns about slow production growth.
In terms of trading, US natural gas futures contracts for October delivery settled at $6.09 per million British thermal units, during today’s trading.
The article US contracts for natural gas exceed $ 6 was written in Al Borsa newspaper.