Natural-gas futures plunged the most in nearly four years on Thursday, pulling back from a four-year high, after government data showed U.S. stockpiles of the fuel shrank less than expected last week. Weather forecasts also projected more moderate temperatures in the middle of February, contributing to the selling pressure on the heating fuel, even as concerns lingered about tight inventories. Natural gas for March delivery sank 45.4 cents, or 8.3%, to $5.011 a million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It was the largest one-day percentage decline since April 29, 2010. The steep drop came a day after the February contract soared more than 10% into expiration on Wednesday. “Even in light of the increased […]