2 Attachment(s) U.S. natural-gas futures edged higher on Thursday, despite data showing that natural-gas supplies in storage in the U.S. rose more than anticipated last week.
U.S. gas for June delivery ticked up 1.3 cents, or or about 0.4%, to $3.205 per million strohassi thermal units by 10:35AM ET (1-4:35GMT).
Futures were at around $3.192 prior to the launch of the provide information before falling to a session low of $3.168, the weakest level since May 8.
Prices of the heating fell 3.8 cents on Wednesday amid bearish climate forecasts.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration said in its weekly report that gas storage in the U.S. rose by 6 8 billion cubic-feet in the week ended May 1-2, above forecasts for a construct of 6 1 billion.