It doesn't matter, the price will go higher anyway.
SEP 12 Natural gas turns higher
Natural gas futures posted gains Thursday after the Energy Department reported a rise in last week's U.S. natural gas supplies that met market expectations.
The Energy Department reported that supplies rose by 74 billion cubic feet to 2.855 trillion cubic feet as of the week ended Sept. 6. The market expected a rise of 70 billion to 90 billion cubic feet, according to Fimat USA, which pegged its own estimate at 72 billion.
Supplies are now 182 billion cubic feet higher than the year-ago level.
Following the news, October natural gas climbed by 7.9 cents to stand at $3.329 per million British thermal units. The contract touched a low at $3.19 earlier in the session.