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Buy and Benefit: Today’s Low Natural Gas Prices

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Posted February 18, 2020 | By atinjum

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What looked like a fluke in 2019 is proving to be an enduring trend in 2020: low prices for natural gas. And not just “low” - in many cases, prices have dropped to record lows and stayed there. A combination of factors coincided to give most U.S. markets the lowest natural gas prices seen in years with storage, production, weather and distribution creating a true buyer’s market. So, what happened and how long will these market conditions hold? 

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Energy Market Update: February 14, 2020

Energy Market Update
Posted February 14, 2020 | By Tim Bigler

Energy Market Update 

What happens when natural gas basis prices go up, while NYMEX prices go down? Direct Energy Business Strategist Tim Bigler breaks it down in this week’s Energy Market Update.

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What are the Most Important U.S. Power Sector Trends?

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Posted January 23, 2020 | By atinjum

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The downfall of coal, the rise of renewables, the flattening of electricity demand: on today's blog John Schultz, President of Direct Energy Business, discusses the latest trends in United States electricity. 

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Energy Market Update: January 15, 2020

Energy Market Update
Posted January 15, 2020 | By Tim Bigler

Energy Market Update 

We keep a close eye on the natural gas markets, but we don’t always talk about who’s making the moves that shape the market. Join Direct Energy Business Strategist Tim Bigler to find out what is driving today’s trends in this week’s Energy Market Update. 

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Be ready for warmer weather. See what weather is trending for summer months and find out how this might impact energy prices

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