How Do I Prove the Value of Energy Management to My CFO?

How Do I Prove the Value of Energy Management to My CFO?

It’s estimated that the average office building spends about 29 percent of its operating budget on utilities, namely electricity and natural gas. As the facility manager for your c ...

Weekly eMarket Update: Week Ending 3/13/2015

Weekly eMarket Update: Week Ending 3/13/2015

COMMODITY FUNDAMENTALS Natural Gas – Bearish NYMEX prompt month gas futures lost 11.2 cents (3.9%) last week to settle at $2.727/MMBtu as the arrival of spring-like temperatures re ...

2015 Energy Market Outlook: Prices Near Record Lows

2015 Energy Market Outlook: Prices Near Record Lows

Prices for electricity and natural gas are nearing record lows, making this a great time for customers to purchase their power ahead of time. This is due to several factors, includ ...

3 Trends Midwest Energy Buyers Should Expect in Spring 2015

3 Trends Midwest Energy Buyers Should Expect in Spring 2015

  While the eastern half of the United States is currently enduring the coldest temperatures of the season, there are several reasons energy buyers in the Midwest should be th ...

Natural Gas Options in Michigan: What Detroit Businesses Should Know

Natural Gas Options in Michigan: What Detroit Businesses Should Know

It’s clear Michigan business owners want more freedom in choosing who provides them with their energy needs. In fact, 82 percent of Michigan residents said homeowners and businesse ...

eMarket Update: Week Ending 2/9/2015

eMarket Update: Week Ending 2/9/2015

The gas storage surplus expanded to 26.3% above year-ago levels last Thursday after the EIA announced a smaller than average withdrawal of 115 Bf for the week ending Jan 30th. The ...

Constellation Project Expected to Save Port Authority $27 Million

Constellation Project Expected to Save Port Authority $27 Million

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is taking (another) huge step toward a more sustainable future by engaging with Constellation to install $25.8 million in energy effic ...

How Do I Prove the Value of Energy Management to My CFO?

It’s estimated that the average office building spends about 29 percent of its operating budget on utilities, namely electricity and natural gas. As the facility manager for your company, it is likely that you have thought about which building components consume the most energy, how energy consumption impacts overhead and more importantly, where energy might be wasted. You already recognize that energy cost ...

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Weekly eMarket Update: Week Ending 3/13/2015

COMMODITY FUNDAMENTALS Natural Gas – Bearish NYMEX prompt month gas futures lost 11.2 cents (3.9%) last week to settle at $2.727/MMBtu as the arrival of spring-like temperatures reduced heating demand across the U.S. The EIA has reported that 645 Bcf of gas has been withdrawn from storage over the past three weeks. This is the ninth largest three-week total on record, reducing inventories to 1,512 Bcf. Acco ...

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2015 Energy Market Outlook: Prices Near Record Lows

Prices for electricity and natural gas are nearing record lows, making this a great time for customers to purchase their power ahead of time. This is due to several factors, including a warmer-than-average weather outlook for spring, a surplus of natural gas supply and a pull-back in power prices. If you missed our recent 2015 Energy Market Outlook webinar, here’s what you need to know. Click HERE to watch ...

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3 Trends Midwest Energy Buyers Should Expect in Spring 2015

  While the eastern half of the United States is currently enduring the coldest temperatures of the season, there are several reasons energy buyers in the Midwest should be thankful for this winter. Spot gas and index power prices are trending well below year-ago levels, even during a frigid February on pace to be the coldest in over thirty years! And while prices have risen recently due to the blast o ...

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Natural Gas Options in Michigan: What Detroit Businesses Should Know

It’s clear Michigan business owners want more freedom in choosing who provides them with their energy needs. In fact, 82 percent of Michigan residents said homeowners and businesses should be able to select their electricity provider the way they choose their own mobile phone providers, according to a recent Marketing Resource Group poll. Although the state may still have a long way to go to achieve a full ...

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