Tropical Storm Debby Increases Natural Gas Prices

June 26, 2012

Debby, the first tropical storm of 2012, has shut down nearly a quarter of oil and natural gas production in the Gulf of Mexico. In doing so, present and future natural gas prices have increased. Since the storm is characterized by relatively stationary heavy rains (it was moving at about 3 miles per hour as […]

Low Priced Competitive Electricity Agreements

June 18, 2012

A Commercial or Industrial Business’s Electricity Costs can be very closely correlated to the price of Natural Gas. In areas of the country that are primarily supplied by Natural Gas, like the Northeast, the Price of Electricity = (Price of Natural Gas x Heat Rate) + Retail Adder, ( the additional premium to Suppliers charge […]