OPEC's decision to shrink oil production is both a blessing and a curse for natural gas markets.
It's bad news for the US gas bulls enjoying a rally that has propelled prices to the highest in two years. Crude explorers have more incentive to drill with oil futures surging on the promised cuts by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. And with every barrel of oil they pull out of the ground, they'll inevitably pull out gas, a byproduct that threatens to add to a US supply glut that's already hit a record.
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