It closed today at $4.689 per million British thermal units.
You have to look at futures and those haven't moved nearly as much - we need a strong finish to this cold winter. And by strong I mean at least three or four more big snow storms along with week long cold blasts.
Pioneer has some issues this quarter at some of their sites due to weather, so I wouldn't hold my breath for any blowout type numbers.
The best news for APL is that NGL pricing has strengthened.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but APL makes most if its income on the volume of gas it collects, processes, and transports not on the price of the gas itself. If you're looking for a stock with to sensitivity to gas price, you need to be looking at ARP.
Perhaps more important than the impact on next quarter, the pricing should provide great hedging opportunities for APL and ARP that can potentially favorably impact earnings for the next several years.