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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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SME Energy Price Comparison

SME Energy Price Comparison Service Launched Vervantis Inc. VP Dan Moat, today announced the launch of a new service developed specifically for energy consumers in the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) category.   The SME price comparison service is available across all de-regulated regions in the United States targeted to small to medium users of electricity or natural gas, providing instant access to the most competitive energy rates available. Vervantis access a pool of over sixty top energy suppliers through an on-line [...]

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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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India Invest in Russian Oil

Russian Oil Gets Indian Investment The Russian oil economy, like most oil-rich nations, has been taking a beating lately, as the world’s oversupply of oil drove prices to as low as $26 barrel. The Russian government relies on about half of its income from oil and natural gas sales, and set its budget based on an oil price of $50 barrel. Well, fortunately for mother Russia, oil-hungry India, who import 80% of their oil requirements, decided it was time to increase their [...]

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