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Gas industry, manufacturers push back on efforts to re-regulate #Ohio electricity markets

Gas industry, manufacturers push back on efforts to re-regulate Ohio electricity markets Ohio electric customers could lose billions in savings each year if the state’s electric generation market moved back to monopoly power, researchers and others stressed earlier this week at a conference in Columbus. “Going forward, there’s about $3 billion in savings that will … Continue reading Gas industry, manufacturers push back on efforts to re-regulate #Ohio electricity markets

2016 LDC Gas Northeast Forum

Innotap is participating in the LDC Gas Northeast Forum at the Westin Copley in Boston, MA, June 6-8. Jack Maydick, Innotap’s head of North American Sales and Marketing, is moderating the Gas Buyers Panel.

CONVERSION WILL ENSURE THAT B.L. ENGLAND PLANT BURNS CLEAN

CONVERSION WILL ENSURE THAT B.L. ENGLAND PLANT BURNS CLEAN The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recently held a hearing on the modification of RC Cape May Holdings LLC’s formerly approved air permit to convert its coal and oil-fired power plant in Beesley’s Point to one that uses natural gas to generate electricity. RCCM received … Continue reading CONVERSION WILL ENSURE THAT B.L. ENGLAND PLANT BURNS CLEAN

Coal power declines in Southwest Power Pool, aided by cheap gas, wind

Coal power declines in Southwest Power Pool, aided by cheap gas, wind Generation in the Southwest Power Pool is becoming more efficient and clean, and it’s being helped along by gas prices which have remained low all year. The grid operator said in a market report released in December that natural gas at the Panhandle … Continue reading Coal power declines in Southwest Power Pool, aided by cheap gas, wind

#Texas wind sets new records as gas, coal, nuclear generation shares decline

Texas wind sets new records as gas, coal, nuclear generation shares decline Natural gas and wind energy increased in significance for the Texas grid operator in 2015 as coal’s share of the generation mix continued to decline. The natural gas share of ERCOT’s electricity generation fell to 44.5% in November from 47.9% in October. It … Continue reading #Texas wind sets new records as gas, coal, nuclear generation shares decline

PJM, Pipelines Join Forces to Improve Electricity-NatGas Operational Planning

David Bradley July 31, 2015 PJM Interconnection has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with nine major gas pipeline companies that serve power generators in its footprint to work together to improve operational planning and address the growing interdependence of the electricity and gas markets. The pipelines — Columbia Gas Transmission, Dominion Cove Point LNG, … Continue reading PJM, Pipelines Join Forces to Improve Electricity-NatGas Operational Planning

PJM, pipelines agree to share more information about gas supply and demand

JULY 30, 2015 | 7:09 PM BY JON HURDLE The biggest U.S. electric grid operator and nine interstate natural gas pipelines have agreed to share more information about the supply of, and demand for, natural gas for power generation to improve operational planning and anticipate the growing interdependence of the two industries. PJM Interconnection, which … Continue reading PJM, pipelines agree to share more information about gas supply and demand