Appalachian producers expect stronger year-over-year returns in 2021 based on a sizable percentage of hedged volumes, higher prices, increased export and LNG demand and the completion of an expansion project in the fourth quarter. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Several interlocking factors look to produce stronger US natural gas prices in 2021. “As maintenances begin, we expect a much more bullish summer and winter outlook than what we experienced last year,” said Cabot Oil and Gas CEO Dan O. Dinges, during the company’s Q1 2021 earnings call on April 30. “US LNG exports are currently averaging over 11 Bcf/d, more than 3 Bcf/d over last year. Mexican exports are up to 7 Bcf/d or 2 Bcf/d over this time last year.” Global LNG loadings […]