U.S. natural gas futures fell about 4% on Tuesday to a three-month low as oil and European gas prices dropped and forecasters called for milder U.S. weather over the next two weeks. U.S. gas prices have been declining for eight weeks as record domestic output and reduced liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports have allowed utilities to inject much more gas than usual into storage. “Even the most stubborn market bulls have recently started to acknowledge the bearish fundamentals and are more readily concurring that the fall and early winter temperature forecasts are uninspiring at best,” analysts at energy consulting firm Gelber & Associates said in a report. Major LNG outages include Berkshire Hathaway Energy’s shutdown of its 0.8 billion-cubic-feet-per-day (bcfd) Cove Point LNG export […]