A new report commissioned by a coalition of industry groups concludes that a failure to invest in natural gas and electricity infrastructure in New England will cost businesses and households billions of dollars in higher energy costs by 2020.Investment could also create or save as many as 168,000 permanent and temporary jobs, according to the New England Coalition for Affordable Energy, whose membership includes the Connecticut Business & Industry Association. 10 more words
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It seems obvious to say that utilities are not known for their innovation. But a new white paper produced by investor-owned utilities and private sector stakeholders suggests that may be because regulators are holding the industry back. 127 more words
The value that commodity producers have lost in the past year almost equals India’s entire economy.
Slumping prices for raw materials have wiped out $2.05 trillion from the shares of mining and oil companies since the middle of last year, data compiled by Bloomberg show. 18 more words
SCG and CNG care when it comes to your savings. Here’s how you can save money on your gas bills. Set your thermostat at 78 degrees or warmer. 49 more words
Why and how is North American natural gas production not plummeting in this low price environment? I and other folks at Platts and Bentek Energy spend a considerable amount of time trying to find a half-decent answer to this question. 113 more words
- So far this summer, hotter-than-expected weather has repeatedly boosted natural gas. This bullish streak, however, has most likely played itself out, setting the stage for significant price declines over the next week to ten days. 55 more words