U.S. natural gas futures slipped 2% to a one-week low on Friday on a drop in global gas prices and forecasts for mild weather to keep heating demand low through late October. Over the past few weeks, worries that Europe would not have enough gas in storage for the winter heating season and high demand for the fuel in Asia boosted global prices to record peaks. U.S. prices followed those global prices – reaching their highest since 2008 this week – on expectations competition between Europe and Asia would keep demand for U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports strong. But global prices fell late this week after Russia said it would supply more gas to Europe. U.S. prices fell on […]