RD Energy Newsletter: July 2017

July 2017 Energy Market Update Key Drivers Since February natural gas NYMEX has traded in a very tight range and is  still slightly above $3.00. IMPORTANT TO OHIO NG CONSUMERS: Ohio well-head to burner-tip basis has risen $.55/mcf or more


RD Energy Newsletter: June 2017

June 2017 Energy Market Update Key Drivers Remember:  Natural gas wholesale prices and electric wholesale prices run in close parallel and that natural gas prices are more highly traded as a part of the active commodities market Natural gas production


RD Energy Newsletter: May 2017

May 2017 Energy Market Update   Key Drivers: Natural Gas prices flat to one month ago and up 30% from February 2017 Midwest power prices up 1% – 2% directly connected to rising natural gas prices Production deficit and export


RD Energy Newsletter: April 2017

April 2017 Newsletter  How Hot Will This Summer and Energy Prices Be?    KEY DRIVERS  EarthStat reports that since 1950 nine out of the ten warmest winters have been followed by hotter-than-normal summers  NOAA predicts another El Nino will form this


RD Energy Newsletter: March 2017

March 2017 Newsletter Key Market Drivers Dec ’16 – Feb ’17 has been the 2nd warmest winter on record In 2016 electric prices were the highest April  – July Long-term electric prices for 2018 – 2021 are still extremely attractive Question:


RD Energy Newsletter: February 2017

February 2017 Newsletter  Key Drivers Volatile prices are a result of volatile weather and balanced supply and demand After hitting a five year low in March 2016 wholesale natural gas prices have been higher each and every quarter since After two weeks of much above normal temperatures


RD Energy Newsletter: January 2017

January 2017 Key Market Drivers When supply outpaces demand, prices fall When demand outpaces supply, prices rise When supply and demand are essentially equal prices are volatile Energy trading in December was very volatile.   Commentary  All signs are pointing to a balanced natural


RD Energy Newsletter: December 2016

December 2016 Key Market Drivers The natural gas NYMEX settlement for December closed at the highest price of 2016 at $3.232/MMBTU The natural gas market hit its lowest price in early March 2016 and rebounded strongly in July 2016. Natural


RD Energy Newsletter: November 2016

  November 2016 Key Market Drivers Natural gas well-head prices dropped $.20/MMBTU the past month. Electric wholesale prices have stayed flat the past month while natural gas dropped This dip in wholesale natural gas prices has been expected.  Prices will


RD Energy Newsletter: October 2016

October 2016 Key Market Drivers Natural gas prices have risen to near January 2015 levels closing up this month at $2.952/MMBTU.  Winter will likely begin with storage levels slightly below last year’s storage peak. Electric wholesale prices are still near



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