natural gas prices
Higher-than-average temperatures in the U.S. could reduce electricity and natural gas demand and help prevent shortfalls this winter, FERC staff said in the commission's Winter Energy Market and Electric Reliability Assessment.
FERC approved an $11 million fine for BP America that closes an investigation into natural gas price manipulation dating back to Hurricane Ike in 2008.
Falling natural gas prices and additional electric resources are among the bright spots in FERC’s Summer Energy Market and Electric Reliability Assessment.
Study looks at severe weather scenarios based on historical data going back to 1950, finds manageable risks of supply shortfall.
The California Public Utilities Commission launched an investigation into extremely high natural gas prices in California and the West this winter.
FERC released its State of the Market report, which showed some of the highest natural gas and power prices in years.
Soaring natural gas prices in December and January increased CAISO electricity costs by $4 billion, prompting the governor to ask FERC to investigate.
NYISO's Business Issues Committee approved proposed tariff revisions to rules for capacity resource interconnection service (CRIS) expiration and transferring.
While fuel inventories fell during last month’s winter storm, PJM’s Brian Fitzpatrick told the Operating Committee that they are on track to recover.
FERC has accepted a pair of SPP tariff revisions related to generator interconnection procedures and transmission planning.
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