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Posted by Wei Chien, Senior Natural Gas Analyst on April 23, 2014
In the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic region, two significant trends are taking place this spring: a decrease in demand from power plants due to higher gas prices, also known as a...
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Posted by Jason Lord, Natural Gas Analyst on April 21, 2014
Not all players in the natural gas market are included in the gas boom going on right now. Gas storage operators have been sidelined. With flattened prices and smaller...
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Posted by Wei Chien, Senior Natural Gas Analyst on April 21, 2014
The short-lived unseasonal cold last week provided a great scenerio to depict the new dynamics in Gulf imports role in the northeast gas market. Demand increased by over three bcf...
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Posted by Wei Chien, Senior Natural Gas Analyst on April 16, 2014
Coal-to-Gas Switching Decline Materialized in the Southeast with Transco Zone 4 Trading Around $4.50 Gas consumption by power plants decreased year-on-year in March and April in...
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Posted by Hillary Stevenson, Manager Supply Chain Network on April 15, 2014
Cushing stocks built just over 200,000 barrels for the week ending April 11, 2014 with stocks increasing 353,000 barrels from April 8 to April 11, according to Genscape...
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Posted by Wei Chien, Senior Natural Gas Analyst on April 15, 2014
Northern Border-Ventura hub historically has traded above AECO, but with Marcellus production pushing gas back into the Midwest and MidContinent, there is an oversupply that has...
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Posted by Wei Chien, Senior Natural Gas Analyst on April 14, 2014
The yearly trend of drops in coal-to-gas switching in the Midwest has continued for March and April.  Genscape's proprietary monitoring, along with the pipeline...
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Posted by Wei Chien - Senior Natural Gas Analyst on April 11, 2014
Overnight hydro facilities on the Lower Columbia, including John Day, The Dalles, and Bonneville, have started spilling water since yesterday. Spilling is used to combat the...
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Posted by Chris Jylkka, Regional Director, CAISO on April 10, 2014
On March, 27th 2014, Genscape's proprietary monitors along the Los Banos-Moss Landing line alerted users that it had gone to zero. Genscape's Transmission RT ...
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Posted by Wei Chien - Natural Gas Analyst on April 08, 2014
TCO Changed Firm Storage Service Rate Schedule to Incentivize Injections Columbia has changed its rate schedule to inventivize injections with its low storage inventory....
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Posted by Gustav H. Beerel, President, Emission Information on April 01, 2014
Imagine simply checking a mobile app each day to find the cleanest time to use electricity in your home or business. What if you had more control over actively managing and...
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Posted by Stefan Baden, Power Market Analyst, NYISO on March 31, 2014
Winter 2013-2014 Review Winter 2013-2014 brought record breaking load, gas prices, and power prices for NY. The weather phenomenon known as the “polar vortex”...
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Posted by Jesse Fitzmaurice, Power Market Analyst, New England on March 31, 2014
Winter 2013-2014 Review Winter 2013-2014 was the second coldest winter of the 2000’s in the Northeast Regions exceeded only by the winter of 2002-2003. The weather...
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Posted by Brian McIntosh, Regional Director, PJM on March 31, 2014
Below normal temperatures for the PJM footprint are likely to persist into Spring. This colder than normal outlook is mitigated by a larger volume of generation available for...
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Posted by Chris Jylkka, Regional Director, CAISO on March 31, 2014
CA is significantly drier this spring than last even though the prior year was very dry year relative to normal precipitation patterns. Southern CA had the driest Dec-Feb on...
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