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Commercial Energy Prices

Commercial Energy Prices – It’s time to stop the Creep! Commercial energy prices have been rising, with more snow on its way over the next few days, several states continue to deal with “severe” winter weather and the impact on prices from supply and demand. Natural gas spot prices have remained steady, even though this winter has seen more natural gas withdrawn from storage than at any other time in history. Interestingly, after last Friday’s storage report showed weekly withdrawals [...]

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A Fool and his Money

Managing Energy Price Risk A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted – The original proverb can be traced back to an English rhyme by Thomas Tusser in 1573. The actual version being: “A foole & his money, be soone at debate, which after with sorow, repents him to late”. This proverb keeps floating into my conscious. Perhaps because I have been in the energy business for long enough to know that the good times rarely stay for long. America has seen unprecedented quantities of [...]

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EEI – National Key Accounts Workshop – Spring 17

EEI NKAW Spring17 is only a few weeks away. The conference is being held at the convention center in Phoenix, AZ from April 9th – 12th. EEI NKAW Spring17 is the first of two events on Edison Electric Institutes calendar this year that a focus on educating, informing and networking for energy consumers from National Key Accounts. Vervantis will be exhibiting and showcasing many new and innovative solutions to help organizations and their energy managers deliver successful energy and utility programs. Source Risk™ is a proprietary [...]

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Energy Price Risk

Energy Price Risk Buying Energy Conservatively? For over a decade, large energy consumers have been using price risk management processes to support energy sourcing decisions, but these methods, while touted as risk management, are actually only effective if energy markets just rise.  That’s because they can only fix prices. Let’s be honest, if you could manage your energy purchases so that you automatically became more protected (fixed) as prices went up, yet became less fixed if prices fall – that would be [...]

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Can Energy Prices Predict A Recession?

Predicting Recessions There has been much speculation recently about a recession in 2016, so we take a look at what the drivers could be. Are there signals from energy price movements and how might this impact you. It would appear that falls in energy wholesale prices, normally triggered by falling demand, presents the perfect indication of bad times ahead, and certainly, this has been somewhat true with previous downturns. There are many analysts and commodity pundits who believe that the recent drop in [...]

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