The current, as of n.a., US natural gas price is **n.a.** dollars per million BTU.
Natural gas prices on Quandl include current market prices and the full price history which can be graphed, downloaded or embedded via our API. Click on any fixing or graph to see the entire history as a time series.
For those not wanting to trade in physical natural gas, natural gas futures offer an easy, leverable, liquid means to take advantage of changes in natural gase value. NYMEX natural gas futures, using Henry Hub prices as a benchmark, are the most traded natural gas futures, with ICE and MCX also providing contracts.
Brent (North Sea) crude oil is a grade of crude oil used as a benchmark for crude oil pricing. The US Department of Energy provides daily prices for Brent Crude, and ICE uses Brent Crude as the underlying instrument for its crude oil futures contracts.
Various other world crude oil prices are given by the US Department of Energy and OPEC.
Countries with the largest natural gas reserves.
British Petroleum provides historical natural gas prices going back, depending on zone, to 1984.
With thousands of stock and share prices Quandl's stocks collection includes all the world's leading natural gas companies.
Trading like stocks and shares, natural gas ETFs represent another way in which people can invest in natural gas.
Quandl's natural gas data is sourced from Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED), the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the IntercontinentalExchange (ICE), British Petroleum (BP) and the US Department of Energy (DOE). If there's some other dataset or source you'd like added to this page, please email me.
This page was created by Chris Stevens for Quandl.
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