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[12/11 Weekly Update] Natural Gas Spot Prices Peak at Highest Price Since Brief Run-Up in January 2018, and Prior to that, Since June 2014

December 11, 2018 - Henry Hub natural gas spot prices peaked on November 23 at $4.70/MMBtu, which is the highest price since a brief run-up in January 2018, and prior to that, since June 2014. This surge in prices is due mainly to the record breaking cold temperatures, …

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[12/04 Weekly Update] The Likelihood of Headroom in BGE is Increasing for Longer Term Lengths, with Probable Headroom in the 12 Month Term

December 04, 2018 - The likelihood of headroom in BGE is increasing for longer term lengths, with a probable headroom of $0.00273/kWh for the 12 month term. The BGE ATC 12-month strip has been on a steady increase throughout the year, but has experienced an especially …

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4 Obstacles Most Energy Brokers Face in the Beginning

November 29, 2018 - It’s not uncommon for energy brokers to start their business by working for someone else. Whether it’s another broker, a supplier, or firm, getting your start by learning under someone else’s wing can be beneficial.

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[11/27 Weekly Update] Henry Hub and Algonquin Basis Trended Lower Throughout the Week Leading to Lower Pricing in New England

November 27, 2018 - ISONE prices surged in the beginning of the week, as short-term weather forecasts indicated record cold in New England for the long Thanksgiving weekend. Trading on the prompt month (December 2018) for the Masshub DA On-Peak package traded over …

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[11/21 Weekly Update] Expectations for One of the Coldest Thanksgivings on Record Cause Prices to Rise Sharply

November 21, 2018 - Thanksgiving 2018 heating degree days are projected to be 24% higher than last year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, meaning especially colder temperatures and higher electricity demand. Total US consumption of …

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How Brokers Can Choose the Right Supplier for Their Customers

November 15, 2018 - Finding the right supplier for your customers can be challenging, mainly because there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Finding the right supplier depends mostly on the individual needs of your customer.

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