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[05/28 Weekly Update] Northeast Prices Continue to Trend Downwards

May 28, 2019 - Northeast prices continue to trend downwards. Boston’s Algonquin Citygate prices decreased $0.07 (-3%) to $2.25/MMBtu last Wednesday. Transco Zone 6 NYC prices fell $0.06 (-2.6%) to $2.27/MMBtu. Maryland governor Larry Hogan announced he will not …

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[05/21 Weekly Update] Finalized Price to Compare Rates, Including Transmission Charges, Have Been Posted in Pennsylvania’s PECO Utility

May 21, 2019 - Finalized Price to Compare (PTC) rates, including transmission charges, have been posted in Pennsylvania’s PECO utility for the June 1, 2019 to August 31, 2019 price period. Residential rate class (R, RH) PTC will decrease 4.5% from $0.07106/kWh to …

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[05/14 Weekly Update] US Consumption of Natural Gas Fell by 3% as Consumption for Power Generation Grew by 6%

May 14, 2019 - Total US consumption of natural gas fell by 3% from the previous week. Consumption for power generation grew by 6%, industrial sector consumption decreased by 2%, residential-commercial consumption declined by 16%, and exports to Mexico were …

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[05/07 Weekly Update] Northeast Prices Trend Upwards With Cooler Weather and Sustained Demand for Space Heating

May 07, 2019 - Northeast prices trended upwards with cooler weather and sustained demand for space heating. Boston’s Algonquin Citygate prices increased $0.17 (7%) to $2.60/MMBtu last Wednesday. Transco Zone 6 NYC prices rose $0.07 (3%) to $2.35/MMBtu. The current …

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[Webinar Series] Direct Energy Presents EnergyPortfolio

May 06, 2019 -   Want to Learn More About Products Offered by Direct Energy? Direct Energy is hosting a series of  webinars exclusively for BOX Brokers! Throughout the series they will be diving deep into their Managed Product Suite. Apply for a partnership with …

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