My guess is that pretty soon it will become obvious that natural gas storage is not going to be replenished to normal levels before next heating season. Probably push natural gas prices higher.
Also it will become obvious that natural gas prices in the $5 range is not going to spur rig counts or natural gas production. Before we see an influx a money for more natural gas production we probably need prices well above $6.
Last summer was mild and we had normal natural gas injections - about 2000 for the summer. If we have a 2000 injection this summer we have a crisis. 3000 in storage at the start of heating season is scary. If we have a warmer than normal summer natural gas storage could start next heating season at levels that can only be described as frightening.
But, then again, what do you expect when we have a clueless president who has never had a real job.
I have a question for you jimjohn. If you had a stock broker who singlehandedly lost all of your money - would you keep him as your stock broker.
Probably you would no longer take his advice. Am I correct?
On a similar vein, these so called climate scientists have missed every, and I mean every, climate projection they have made for the last 30 years by more than a country mile. Not one climate projection they have made has even come close. Why do you still listen to them?