Skylar’s Perkins sees potential for volatility in US natural gas

Bill Perkins, Skylar Capital Management


Rising demand for US natural gas will remove some of the oversupply that has depressed prices in the past several years, bringing greater volatility into the market, according to Bill Perkins, founder of Skylar Capital Management, a Houston-based natural gas hedge fund with over $100 million in assets under management.

“I believe that there could be pockets of tightness,” Perkins said, on the sidelines of the Energy Risk USA conference in Houston during May. “I believe that producers right no

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