April natural gas prices opened the Wednesday evening trade on a weaker note, despite yesterday's close near the high of the session. It is possible that yesterday's gains in natural gas came from the latest EIA monthly report that showed US natural gas production falling for the first time in 10 months. The natural gas market will get the latest storage figures from the EIA this morning, which are expected to show a draw of around 90 bcf. This is slightly higher than the last year's decline of 85 bcf.