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Jul 13 2020

Reduce Costs with Commodity Aggregation

Fewer suppliers mean lower interaction costs. In fact, a study by The Hackett Group estimates more than a 50% reduction in time when buyers opt for a “dual fuel“ type solution compared to managing multiple suppliers. Read more

Jul 13 2020

Reduce Costs with Commodity Aggregation

Fewer suppliers mean lower interaction costs. In fact, a study by The Hackett Group estimates more than a 50% reduction in time when buyers opt for a “dual fuel“ type solution compared to managing multiple suppliers. Read more

Jul 06 2020

Clean Energy Industry Leaders Stand Against Racism

As leaders in our energy industry, ENGIE North America takes pride in our mission to make the world a better place to live. The responsible, safer and sustainable future we all strive towards can only exist with the eradication of racism. Read more

Jul 06 2020

Risk On Repeat in ERCOT

Buyers and brokers in ERCOT continue to lead other markets in terms of risk appetite. Their ratio of a 22% interest in index/flex products versus fixed price solutions (78%) is a slight week-over-week increase. Read more

Jul 06 2020

Major Gas Pipeline Cancelled

Dominion Energy and Duke Energy have announced the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project. The 600-mile, $8 billion project was to transport 1.5 bcf/d from Marcellus Shale to utilities in Virginia and North Carolina. Read more

Jun 29 2020

Electricity Demand Drop Forecast at 4.5%

According to Bloomberg, electricity markets will be fundamentally re-shaped long after stay-at-home orders have ended. What lies ahead is the biggest annual drop in electricity demand since the Great Depression. Read more