June natural gas prices came under pressure during the early morning hours and appeared to be in the process of consolidating recent gains. The market climbed to its best level since March 26th yesterday, helped by EIA storage data that showed an injection at the lower-end of expectations. While the injection brought total storage to 2,606 bcf and 44.2% above the five-year average level for this time of the year, the report did mark the fourth weekly build that fell short of year ago injections. Part of this comes from a significant increase in the use of natural gas in electric power generation.