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Climbing Natural Gas Prices Could Force U.S. to Slash Exports to Europe

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“We are beginning to see a lag in storage builds that could lead to a precarious situation during the draw season in the event of a harsher-than-expected winter,” Neal Dingmann, energy equities analyst at Truist Securities, told the Wall Street Journal.“There is potential for a winter U.S. superspike.”

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