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[04/02 Weekly Update] Northeast Prices Experience Decreases

April 02, 2019 - Northeast prices experienced decreases. Boston’s Algonquin Citygate prices declined $0.23 (-7.8%) from $2.96/MMBtu the previous Wednesday to $2.73/MMBtu last Tuesday. Transco Zone 6 NYC prices decreased $0.25 (-9.1%) from $2.75/MMBtu to $2.50/MMBtu. …

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[Webinar Series] Direct Energy Presents Load Following Block & Index

April 01, 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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How to Use Each Social Network to Get More Referrals

March 26, 2019 - This blog is based on an excerpt from our webinar, Cultivating your Network for Maximum Profit, hosted by renowned sales coach Mitch Harris.

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[03/26 Weekly Update] National Grid Files New Default Services Rates for Customers With the Massachusetts DPU

March 26, 2019 - National Grid has filed new Default Services rates for residential and commercial customers with the Massachusetts DPU. These rates are taking into account pending changes to the Basic Service Administrative Cost Adjustment Factors (BSACFs) and …

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[03/19 Weekly Update] Northeast Prices Have Fallen Back Down From a Run-Up Due to the Recent Blast of Cold

March 19, 2019 - Northeast prices have fallen back down from a run up due to the recent blast of cold. Boston’s Algonquin Citygate prices dropped $4.16 (-59.5%) from last week’s high of $6.99/MMBtu to $2.83/MMBtu last Tuesday. Transco Zone 6 NYC prices decreased …

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Turning Your Existing Network into a Powerful Support System

March 18, 2019 - This blog is based on an excerpt from our webinar, Cultivating your Network for Maximum Profit, hosted by renowned sales coach Mitch Harris.

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[03/12 Weekly Update] Consumption of Natural Gas Grew by 11% While Consumption for Power Generation Climbed by 9%

March 12, 2019 - Total US consumption of natural gas grew by 11%. Consumption for power generation climbed by 9% week/week, industrial sector consumption dropped by 5%, residential-commercial consumption increased by 16%, and exports to Mexico decreased by 1%. POTED …

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