In light of changing market dynamics and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the daily use and production of energy in the United States, NGSA has assembled up-to-date information about daily and weekly changes in natural gas supply and demand here. Our information comes from the U.S. Energy Information Administration and S&P Global Platts.
The entire natural gas industry is working together to make sure we’re reliably supporting all our customers, which include utilities, the power grid, hospitals, grocery stores and manufacturers of medical equipment. We are here for you. Our companies have already activated their business continuity plans to ensure the sustainability of the supply chain.
We are following CDC and WHO guidelines to ensure our employees are safe and healthy and that we can continue to safely and reliably help our customers and partners. That includes steps like working remotely where possible, implementing social distancing and stringent cleaning programs. Where appropriate we are splitting teams into alternating shifts and screening personnel for temperatures, prior travel and general health.
Natural Gas Supply and Demand Fundamentals During COVID-19 Crisis
In light of changing dynamics and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the daily use and production of energy in the United States, SP Global Platts has generously agreed to allow NGSA to re-publish some of Platts’ key natural gas supply and demand data here.
These numbers represent a small sample of larger data sets that Platts offers to its subscribers. We are very appreciative of Platts’ willingness to share this information with the public to help answer questions about natural gas market conditions.
For more information on the data, please visit Platts.
Below are additional data from EIA tracking monthly production, consumption, and storage