Natural gas is an economic and developmental backbone of todays’ energy resources.
It can be used for a wide variety of everyday applications, such as heating water and buildings, industrial and manufacturing purposes; however, because the supply and demand of natural gas frequently changes and so do the prices.
The natural gas market is governed by a yearly trend. Colder months see a rise in demand and price, while warmer months see a decline in the market. Other reasons that are more difficult to predict – such as natural disasters and other forms of extreme weather, or political and economic conditions – tend to have a more sudden effect on the natural gas market.