eMarket Update: Week ending 12/12/14

eMarket Update: Week ending 12/12/14

NYMEX prompt month gas rose 16.1 cents on Friday to settle at $3.795/MMBtu amid colder forecasts for late December. Despite Friday’s bounce, the January contract is trading 85.4 ce ...

Natural Gas Customers: Are you considering price protection options for Winter 2014?

Natural Gas Customers: Are you considering price protection options for Winter 2014?

November 2014 set a record as the eighth coldest since 1950, breaking many low temperature records across the Midwest and East. Natural gas customers who have not procured gas for ...

Constellation’s Energy Security Leadership on Display across the Country

Constellation’s Energy Security Leadership on Display across the Country

Most recently, I embarked on a speaking tour from Washington D.C. to California where I had the opportunity to engage with policy and program leaders from the Department of Defense ...

Why Adaptability is your Greatest Energy Security Asset

Why Adaptability is your Greatest Energy Security Asset

November marks the Department of Homeland Security’s Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, which is a great opportunity to talk about the importance of energy secu ...

Preparing the Mid-Atlantic Energy Buyer for Winter 2014-2015

Preparing the Mid-Atlantic Energy Buyer for Winter 2014-2015

Choosing an energy supplier that is capable of explaining risk and offering product flexibility during volatility is important. However, it is equally critical to understand the la ...

Electric Utility Rates in Massachusetts to Increase this Winter

Electric Utility Rates in Massachusetts to Increase this Winter

As winter rapidly approaches, many Massachusetts businesses and residents are bracing for sharp spikes in their electricity bills – again. Over the past decade, New England’s power ...

eMarket Update: Week ending 11/07/14

eMarket Update: Week ending 11/07/14

NYMEX prompt contract reached a four-month high ($4.412/MMBtu) after gaining 85.1 cents since October 27th. The arrival of below-normal temperatures has driven gas prices higher... ...

Constellation’s Energy Security Leadership on Display across the Country

Most recently, I embarked on a speaking tour from Washington D.C. to California where I had the opportunity to engage with policy and program leaders from the Department of Defense and state governments, to think tanks and NGOs on issues ranging from the future of Public-Private Partnerships (P3) and Public-Public-Private Partnerships (P4), energy and water project opportunities, to strategic microgrid deve ...

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Preparing the Mid-Atlantic Energy Buyer for Winter 2014-2015

Choosing an energy supplier that is capable of explaining risk and offering product flexibility during volatility is important. However, it is equally critical to understand the latest market and industry trends affecting your region in order to help you proactively manage your budget and mitigate risk for your business. That being said, here are the top 3 fundamental energy market changes that I expect to ...

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Electric Utility Rates in Massachusetts to Increase this Winter

As winter rapidly approaches, many Massachusetts businesses and residents are bracing for sharp spikes in their electricity bills – again. Over the past decade, New England’s power generation portfolio has become increasingly natural gas dependent. Although the price of natural gas (NYMEX) has fallen in the US in recent years, the local gas price in New England has not fallen, especially during the winter m ...

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