Capital discipline, hedging could limit production gains US gas production surged Oct. 25 to its highest since Hurricane Ida struck the US Gulf Coast in late August, foreshadowing a potential ramp up by producers ahead of the winter heating season. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Evening cycle nomination data showed total domestic output at over 92.3 Bcf/d on Oct. 25 – a fresh two-month high, propelled by gains in non-associated production from the Marcellus, the Utica and the Haynesville, data compiled by S&P Global Platts Analytics showed. Across Appalachia, output jumped to its highest since early September, hitting 33.9 Bcf/d amid recent gains from the Ohio and South Pennsylvania dry windows and the West Virginia Wet. Production from the Haynesville was flat to weekend estimates […]