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Jonathan Dale, European Product Strategy Manager
March 02, 2015
In autumn 2014, Genscape expanded its monitoring capabilities into the UK market, combining existing public data (through National Grid and Elexon) with its own proprietary monitoring network in the UK. One area that has been of great interest within the UK is the exploration of power flows...
Adam Jordan, SPP Market Intelligence Analyst
February 27, 2015
Regular observers of the power market are aware of the importance of wind and how much it can impact market congestion, but it is hard to overstate just how important the location is as well. Because wind generation is frequently anticipated and can't be controlled like conventional power generation...
Rick Margolin, Senior Analyst, Natural Gas
February 25, 2015
Algonquin posted notice on February 25 at 7:30AM CT that it has experienced operational problems at its Southeast Compressor. Capacity at the point will be reduced by 121 MMcf/d to 1,359 MMcf/d. Scheduled flows through Southeast for February 25 are at 1,369 MMcf/d, but have flowed as high as 1,...
Lee Williams, Data Integrity Analyst
February 25, 2015
Units at multiple U.S. East Coast refineries have restarted after experiencing operational issues late last week due to cold regional temperatures. The unplanned outages added volatility to the region where several key units were undergoing planned work. The Delaware River, which is used for cooling...
Kathryn Briskie, Product Specialist
February 22, 2015
Mannheim Unit 9, covered and tracked by Genscape’s New Built and Decommissioning Report, was released to the Genscape Power RT platform on Friday, February 20. The addition of the unit will provide Genscape customers with timely insight as the generator, while still in testing period,...
Rick Margolin, Senior Natural Gas Analyst
February 20, 2015
On Tuesday, February 17, Genscape's Natural Gas Basis Commentary suggested that new natural gas demand records could be established at some point this week in Appalachia and New England, as bitter cold temperatures moved into the eastern half of the U.S. last weekend and were forecasted to remain...
Twan Vollebregt, Managing Director
February 18, 2015
The Turkish power sector has been growing rapidly for the last decade, mostly driven by a rising demand. In 2003, total annual power demand was 141 TWh, and since then demand has increased at a steady growth rate of 4.5 percent/year to reach 220 TWh in 2013. Simultaneously, the installed capacity...
Ross Fessenden, Power Market Analyst
February 13, 2015
Considering the time of the year, one might be surprised to find that solar generation is setting records, but that’s exactly what was seen in the California ISO yesterday. Hourly average solar generation set a new high yesterday exceeding the 5 GW threshold not once, but four times across...
Rick Margolin, Senior Analyst, Natural Gas & Stefan Baden, NYISO Analyst, Power Market Intelligence
February 12, 2015
The week of February 9 has seen the highest NEISO power prices and New England natural gas prices of the winter so far, due to a constrained market awaiting an LNG shipment and weather forecasts expecting this winter’s coldest temperatures. On February 10, Genscape’s Natural Gas Basis Report and...
February 12, 2015
Genscape's February 11th webinar, featuring Brian Busch (Genscape), Rusty Braziel (RBN Energy) and Dominick Chirichella (Energy Management Institute), covered some of the most relevant and pressing questions facing today’s oil market participants. The webinar kicked off with a macroeconomic...

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