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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,196 Bcf as of Friday, January 8, 2021, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 134 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 126 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 218 Bcf above the five-year average of 2,978 Bcf. At 3,196 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,330 Bcf as of Friday, January 1, 2021, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 130 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 138 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 201 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,129 Bcf. At 3,330 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,574 Bcf as of Friday, December 18, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 152 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 278 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 218 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,356 Bcf. At 3,574 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,726 Bcf as of Friday, December 11, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 122 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 284 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 243 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,483 Bcf. At 3,726 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,848 Bcf as of Friday, December 4, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 91 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 309 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 260 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,588 Bcf. At 3,848 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,939 Bcf as of Friday, November 27, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 1 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 343 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 290 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,649 Bcf. At 3,939 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,958 Bcf as of Friday, November 13, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net increase of 31 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 293 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 231 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,727 Bcf. At 3,958 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,927 Bcf as of Friday, November 6, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net increase of 8 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 196 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 176 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,751 Bcf. At 3,927 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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An $11 trillion global hydrogen energy boom is coming.

Long ago, oil and coal were discovered as useful when burned. This started us down the path of building a carbon and fossil-fueled economic world. Carbon is released when fossil fuels combust. Carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) are known greenhouse gases.

Hydrogen is not naturally occurring like coal and oil. No dinosaurs died and decomposed into hydrogen. Remember that water is oxygen with two hydrogen atoms (H20). So, hydrogen exists in large quantities and can be readily separated from water and natural gas.

Like any fuel, storage issues must be addressed along with economic considerations. Just as technology investments caused wind and solar to become the power generation choice over coal and gas-fired generation. Technology has advanced to the point that a hydrogen energy cycle (extraction, storage, combustion, and conversion to electricity) is economic. The hydrogen option is becoming especially advantageous to countries that don’t have fossil fuels to extract. Fortunately, they have water and access to natural gas as alternatives to create hydrogen.

As electricity usage grows (powering cars, trucks, etc.) and climate change is addressed, alternatives to the carbon power cycle are needed. Technology has already made wind and solar the power generating choice for many. Hydrogen seems poised to add to the solution.

Realgy Energy Services is a registered Retail Energy Marketer in the states of Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. We offer Service Plans that will provide electric and natural gas at wholesale pricing direct to customers without any utility markup. Our Service Plans work with the local utility to provide seamless service and annual energy savings. Service Plans include Guaranteed SavingsTM, ManagedPriceTM, ManagedGreenTM Index, Fixed and PriceAssuranceTM.

Realgy owns and operates 7 solar plants in Illinois and is looking to invest in additional locations.

Additional Information: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/01/how-salt-caverns-may-trigger-11-trillion-hydrogen-energy-boom-.html

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DOE EIA Weekly Gas Storage Report

Working gas in storage was 3,919 Bcf as of Friday, October 30, 2020, according to EIA estimates.

This represents a net decrease of 36 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 200 Bcf higher than last year at this time and 201 Bcf above the five-year average of 3,718 Bcf. At 3,919 Bcf, total working gas is within the five-year historical range.

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