Pricing Energy in Extreme Weather Conditions

Be strategic about how you account for severe weather as you formulate volume and pricing contracts

TrueLight Energy Making Waves with Forecasted Energy Data Services

Data Analytics and Consulting Firm Has Developed New Forecasted Price to Compare and Headroom Services

EMEX, LLC Expands Executive Team, Names Rad Brannan as Chief Information Officer

HOUSTON, March 7, 2019 — EMEX, LLC, one of the largest energy…

A Tale of Three Winters

As always, the EIA offers us an interesting set of data that tells us a story both about how markets work, and what can happen if resources are allocated properly.

Report: New Yorkers Saved $30.9 Billion Over Past 10 Years Thanks to Lower-Priced Natural Gas

ALBANY, N.Y. — Thanks to increased production of cleaner-burning natural gas and…

PUC to Investigate Rate Increase Request Filed by Peoples Natural Gas

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission voted to investigate a proposed rate increase…

How Utilities Rig the Pricing System to Kill Competition

Utilities pass indirect costs on to retail energy customers

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 3)

Energy delivery costs set to increase over next thirty years.

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 2)

The United States becomes a net energy exporter, meaning lower prices for consumers.

Electric Utility Companies Overspend Billions Driving up Consumer Bills

An estimated $8 billion in savings in five years could be achieved if just a third of all major transmission projects across the nation were opened up to competition, report finds.