Monday, March 22, 2010

Natural Gas Price is 4.17/MMBtu
Sunday, March 21st, 2010

If you’re looking for the latest Natural Gas price then you’ve come to right place. Whether you’re trading or spot buying and selling Natural Gas commodities, we will have all the information you might need on Natural Gas, including trading guide, commodity info, and up to date prices.

Natural Gas Price

Natural Gas current price is 4.17$ / million BTUs. Natural Gas commodity price changed by 0.084 which represents a 0.0206 percentage shift from the previous trading day’s closing price.
Natural gas is a gas, not to be confused with oil, which is a liquid used to produce gasoline, which is also called “gas” in some parts of the world. The main component of natural gas is methane, a chemical that can be burned to produce energy. Natural gas is fairly difficult to transport, and usually requires a pipeline because it is difficult to transport it by tanker truck. Once harvested, natural gas must be heavily refined to remove many chemicals. Through the process, natural gas refineries can produce the by-products of butane, propane, ethane, pentanes, sulfur, carbon dioxide, water vapor, and several more. Natural gas has a variety of uses, most notably as power for turbines in electricity in power plants. It is also used in homes for such things as cooking gas, water heaters, and central heating. Other uses of natural gas include as fuel for cars and trucks and it is also used in factories to produce many different products.
The Natural Gas price today stands as 4.17 and falls in a 52 week range of 2.56 and 6. Good luck in your trading.

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