Higher Temperatures Increase Demand, Price

August 6, 2012

Above-average summer temperatures in New England have increased electricity demand for cooling, thereby driving up the price of power. Temperatures in the second half of June, on average in July, and so far in August this summer have been above average. AccuWeather Inc. reports on its website that temperatures in July have been consistently above […]

EarlyBird Power Partnership on Carbon Offset

(Pacific Palisades, Calif.) – For the third year, Teton Gravity Research (TGR) and Protect Our Winters (POW) have partnered to offset the carbon footprint of TGR’s filming. This year’s offsets represent the entire carbon output from all activities emitted during the film production process, which includes global commercial travel, helicopter and snow machine use. A […]

Natural Gas Declines Due to Higher Inventories

August 2, 2012

The Energy Information Administration’s (EIA’s) weekly natural gas update Thursday reported an above-expectations increase in inventories, causing natural gas futures to decline below $3 for the first time in two weeks. A 28 billion cubic feet (Bcf) increase occurred in the week of 7/20-7/27 from 3,189 Bcf to 3,217 Bcf. This figure is up 17.2 […]