2014 was a roller coaster year for the energy markets, going from extreme winter volatility to relatively uneventful summer stability with record natural gas production and mild summer temperatures. Keeping a close watch on the market drivers will help you better manage risk and account for budgetary discrepancies.
Join Ecova as we share:
- Northeast energy markets and the factors driving the increased volatility this winter
- Natural gas pipeline constraints driving electric and natural gas costs higher and when we might see some relief
- Natural gas basis prices and the specific hubs that are experiencing the highest costs