Report highlights decline in US gas price reporting

Fewer energy firms reporting to Platts and other index publishers, report says

Natural gas outlook
Volume of reported US gas trades has fallen, says report

The volume of US natural gas transactions being reported to index publishers such as New York-based Platts has fallen in recent years, even as the volume of trades that rely on those indexes for pricing has increased, said a July 14 report based on company filings with the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc).

The report by Cornerstone Research, a San Francisco-based consulting and analysis firm, underscores concerns that physical gas indexes, which are used to price a variety of

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