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Ontario's push for uneconomic natural gas expansion will increase bills

(July 2, 2015) A move to expand the province’s natural gas system will result in higher bills for current and future customers. 434 more words

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7-1-15 UPDATE- WEEKLY ENERGY MARKET SUMMARY

​WTI crude oil futures slid further into the red following the EIA’s weekly inventory report which, contrary to analyst expectations, showed a build in domestic crude inventories for the first time since April. 21 more words

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Oil’s Decline Is Making Your Fourth of July Barbecue Cheaper

Americans will spend less this year firing up the grill for Fourth of July barbecues, thanks to cheaper energy and rising dairy and pork production. 109 more words

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Natural Gas - Conditions Are Weakening, Get Ready To Pounce

Summary

  • The Major factors which affect natural gas prices are weather, seasonal trends, and inventory numbers.
  • El Nino has created a wetter environment which means cooler summers and less demand for natural gas.
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EPA ruling may be a ‘big plus’ for natural gas

The U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulations on power-plant emissions is a “big plus” for natural gas, an analyst said Monday. The Supreme Court ruled that the EPA needs to consider costs when regulating pollution caused by power plants, which include coal-fired plants. 76 more words

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Natural gas futures - weekly outlook: June 29 - July 3

Investing.com – Natural gas futures fell sharply on Friday, as forecasts for mild weather across the U.S. in the weeks ahead dampened demand expectations for the fuel. 357 more words

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State refuses to allow Western Massachusetts groups full status in Tennessee Gas pipeline hearings

BOSTON — When the Department of Public Utilities hears three days of testimony this week on petitions from Berkshire Gas, Columbia Gas, and National Grid to purchase capacity on the proposed Kinder Morgan Tennessee Gas pipeline, it will do so without full participation from a Western Massachusetts-based coalition of municipal governments, state legislators, ratepayers, potentially affected landowners, and conservation groups. 59 more words

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