Dangerous arctic cold to invade midwestern, northeastern US An outbreak of arctic air will bring the lowest temperatures of the season so far and dangerous cold to the Midwest this weekend, before moving into the East early next week. The latest arctic blast will send thermometer readings to the minus 20s F over part of … Continue reading Dangerous #arctic_cold to invade midwestern, northeastern US
Warm Late Fall and Early Winter Across Most of Northern U.S. Winter Natural Gas Demand Expected to be 10% Lower Than Last Year WSI (Weather Services International) has issued their latest seasonal forecast for the October-December period. The forecast indicates below-normal temperatures across the southern Plains into the Southwest, with above-normal temperatures expected across the … Continue reading Warm Late Fall and Early Winter Across Most of Northern U.S.
Storm leaves 170,000 without power in U.S. Gulf Coast May 26 Almost 170,000 homes and businesses were without power early on Tuesday from Texas to Mississippi after severe storms battered the U.S. Gulf Coast states on Monday, according to local utilities. The storms moved from west to east, hitting Texas first. Power companies in Texas … Continue reading Storm leaves 170,000 without power in U.S. Gulf Coast #TexasStorms
By Scott DiSavino, Reuters Posted March 01, 2015, at 11:17 a.m. NEW YORK — What a difference a year makes. Twelve months ago, tumultuous weather in the Northeast caused record natural gas price spikes and forced some power plants to shut for lack of fuel as power producers scrambled to outbid each other for scarce … Continue reading As New England freezes, natural gas prices also stay low
From the February 24, 2015 issue of Public Power Daily Originally published February 23, 2015 By Paul Ciampoli News Director Independent system operators (ISOs) and regional transmission organizations (RTOs) recently submitted reports to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on fuel assurance issues in response to a directive from the commission issued in late 2014. Read … Continue reading Grid operators address fuel assurance issues in filings made at FERC
by Zacks Equity Research Published on February 24, 2015 The downslide in natural gas prices, which was being noticed for last one year on lower demand and increasing stockpiles, was finally arrested in early 2015 as a severe winter draped almost the entire Northeastern U.S. This cold snap boosted electricity demand across the region putting … Continue reading Natural Gas ETF (UNG) Warms Up on Arctic Chills
By FORMER SENATOR JUDD GREGG on February 23, 2015 at 11:00 AM Extreme cold weather has had a tight grip on much of the Northern U.S. this winter. Boston recently saw its lowest temperature since 2004 and New York City had its coldest February morning in nearly three decades. As millions of Americans endure these cold … Continue reading Opinion: Nuclear Energy Keeping the Lights on in the Cold
February 20, 2015 PJM set a new winter record for electricity use Friday, with demand hitting about 143,800 MW at 8 a.m., according to preliminary data. Read more at RTO Insider
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