High natural gas storage volumes combined with effects of the coronavirus outbreak could suppress demand and prices through at least the end of the summer and likely into winter, according to the president of a top US gas marketing company. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now What’s more, widespread cuts in capital expenditures and production outlooks by operators could exacerbate deliverability issues later this year. David Whitt, president of Tenaska Marketing Ventures, said these issues create challenges across the board, but the industry has always remained resilient. “It has changed the way we interact with our customers and with our teams,” Whitt said. “Fortunately, we prepared for a scenario like this (where employees need to work from home) several years ago. It’s been seamless, besides barking dogs and crying babies in the background during meetings.” Tenaska ranked as the No. 3 […]