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Prompt month natural gas contract saw recoveries in the short week, settling at $2.84 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also up for the week, settling at $2.80; $2.75; and $2.67 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Spreads between the short term and long-term natural gas contracts are compelling and continue to support the decision of locking your power and gas rates for longer stretches of time.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on November 25, 2020 for the week ending November 20, 2020.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,940 / MMBtu, a seasonal decrease in the system of 18 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 6.8% above the 5-year average, and 8.9% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

We are now tracking the heating degree days for some of the larger deregulated retail supply markets.  Heating degree days are a great indicator of demand for natural gas moving inter the cold winter season.  See our bar charts to track your specific location.

Prompt month natural gas contract saw big declines in price for the week, settling at $2.65 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also down for the week, settling at $2.71; $2.70; and $2.65 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Spreads between the short term and long-term natural gas contracts are compelling and continue to support the decision of locking your power and gas rates for longer stretches of time.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on November 19, 2020 for the week ending November 13, 2020.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,958 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 31 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 6.2% above the 5-year average, and 8.0% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

We are now tracking the heating degree days for some of the larger deregulated retail supply markets.  Heating degree days are a great indicator of demand for natural gas moving inter the cold winter season.  See our bar charts to track your specific location.

Prompt month natural gas contract recovered from the prior week and settled up 3.7%, settling at $3.00 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also up for the week, settling at $2.97; $2.88; and $2.77 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Spreads between the short term and long-term natural gas contracts are compelling and continue to support the decision of locking your power and gas rates for longer stretches of time.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on November 13, 2020 for the week ending November 6, 2020.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,927 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 8 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 4.7% above the 5-year average, and 5.3% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

We are now tracking the heating degree days for some of the larger deregulated retail supply markets.  Heating degree days are a great indicator of demand for natural gas moving inter the cold winter season.  See our bar charts to track your specific location.

Prompt month natural gas contract tanked for the week, falling 13.9% for the week, settling back under the $3,00 technical indicator at $2.89 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also down for the week, settling at $2.91; $2.85; and $2.75 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Spreads between the short term and long-term natural gas contracts are compelling and continue to support the decision of locking your power and gas rates for longer stretches of time.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on November 5, 2020 for the week ending October 30, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw the first seasonal decrease for the week with the winter seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,919 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 36 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 5.4% above the 5-year average, and 5.4% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

We are now tracking the heating degree days for some of the larger deregulated retail supply markets.  Heating degree days are a great indicator of demand for natural gas moving inter the cold winter season.  See our bar charts to track your specific location.

Prompt month natural gas contract was up 12.9% for the week, settling well over the $3,00 technical indicator at $3.35 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also up for the week, settling at $3.16; $3.00; and $2.86 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Spreads between the short term and long-term natural gas contracts are compelling and continue to support the decision of locking your power and gas rates for longer stretches of time.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on October 29, 2020 for the week ending October 23, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw increases for the week with the fall seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,955 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 29 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 7.9% above the 5-year average, and 7.8% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

We are now tracking the heating degree days for some of the larger deregulated retail supply markets.  Heating degree days are a great indicator of demand for natural gas moving inter the cold winter season.  See our bar charts to track your specific location.

Prompt month natural gas contract was up 7.1% for the week, settling at $2.97 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were flat for the week at $3.05; $2.93; and $2.81 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Volatility is low, and demand is weak.  Take risk off the table with the low term spread environment.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on October 22, 2020 for the week ending October 16, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw increases for the week with the fall seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,926 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 49 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 9.1% above the 5-year average, and 9.6% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

Prompt month natural gas contract was up 1.2% for the week, settling at $2.77 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also up, settling the week at $3.06; $2.93; and $2.80 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Volatility is low, and demand is weak.  Take risk off the table with the low term spread environment.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on October 15, 2020 for the week ending October 9, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw increases for the week with the fall seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,877 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 46 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 10.0% above the 5-year average, and 11.1% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

Prompt month natural gas contract was up 5.2% for the week, settling at $2.74 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also up and are flirting with a $3 handle, settling the week at $2.98; $2.84; and $2.72 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand for both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Volatility is low, and demand is weak.  Take risk off the table with the low term spread environment.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on October 8, 2020 for the week ending October 2, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw increases for the week with the fall seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,831 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 75 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 11.5% above the 5-year average, and 13.1% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

Prompt month natural gas contract shifted to November and was up 14.0% for the week, settling at $2.44 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were down, settling the week at $2.82; $2.74; and $2.66 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand in both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Volatility is low, with weak demand.  Take risk off the table with the low term spread environment.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on October 1, 2020 for the week ending September 25, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw increases for the week with the fall seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,756 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 76 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 12.2% above the 5-year average, and 14.3% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

Prompt month natural gas contract was up 4.4% and settled the week at $2.14 / MMBtu.  The 12, 24, and 36-month contracts were also up, settling the week at $2.92; $2.83; and $2.73 / MMBtu respectively.  Covid 19 continues to crush demand in both power and natural gas.  This is for the liquid Henry Hub delivery point.  The forward natural gas curve signifies a great time to lock in your retail power and gas prices for longer stretches of time.  Volatility is low, with weak demand.  Take risk off the table with the low term spread environment.  Allow your ESCO supply company to work for your business or residence, and manage market volatility with fixed price contracts for term length.  Variable rate contracts do not offer price protection (or value) in my own opinion.

New gas storage levels came out on September 24, 2020 for the week ending September 18, 2020. Natural gas storage in the system saw increases for the week with the fall seasonal temperatures coming down.  The overall storage level ended the week at 3,680 / MMBtu, an increase in the system of 66 MMBtu.  Natural gas storage levels are 12.4% above the 5-year average, and 15.9% above where they were 12 months ago.  Keep in mind that this is storage in the system.  There are still ample supplies of natural gas in the ground that has yet to be tapped by producers.

Variable rate plans are meant to be pegged to an index that are not necessary tied to the prompt month gas trading levels (keep these market movements in mind when evaluating comparable billing periods!).  While pass through components such as capacity and ancillary services costs have come up, the commodity itself remains in check.  As a customer, you have the choice to decide who holds the price volatility risk.  Protect yourselves with fixed price contracts.  Those customers who elect a variable rate plan are 100% exposed to price volatility driven by weather and other market conditions.  Allow your supply company to do their job and manage the volatility by offering you a fixed price contract.

Attractive opportunities are in the market for customers to hedge out price volatility.  Keep the risk where it belongs, with your well-seasoned energy supply partner.  Summer season brings the potential for elevated price volatility in wholesale and retail natural gas and power markets.  This is not a risk that customers should be exposed to.

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