The market reacted with a 4% drop in natural gas spot prices. I don't know what to make of that.
Maybe anticipating reduced demand because many industries are going bye bye. That's the flip side of the 'energy crisis', people think it will cause an increase in prices, but it can also cause a marked decrease in production leading to demand decrease and therefore price drop. The entire situation is obviously manipulated in one way or another, all, it seems, to the end of "squeezing" the civilian population.