The natural gas trading market has been getting a lot of attention lately and not in a good way. A couple of weeks ago the Wall Street Journal published two articles describing the fact that traders have started to reduce their presence in natural gas storage. At about the same time, Oneok, once a big player in energy services shut down its operation that had used natural gas storage and pipeline transportation capacity to provide those services to the industry. With gas production still coming on strong, more gas being used for power generation and the possibility of serious LNG exports on the way, what’s the problem? Today we look deeper into turmoil in the natural gas markets.