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Weekly Energy Market Update

Below is the Direct Energy Business Weekly Energy Market Update video for April 15, 2014. We embedded this video right into the blog post, so you don’t have to leave this page to view it. The written summary is still below too.

The following is a summary of last week’s market activity and the market outlook....

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Energy Buying Strategies: Why Some Traders Are Bullish

Winter and the Polar Vortex are finally over, so energy managers are hopeful that prices will fall. Let’s recap the winter before diving deeper into key considerations and the market outlook.

Market Overview...

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Weekly Energy Market Update

Below is the Direct Energy Business Weekly Energy Market Update video for April 7, 2014. We embedded this video right into the blog post, so you don’t have to leave this page to view it. The written summary is still below too.

The following is a summary of last week’s market activity and the market outlook....

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Polar Vortex and Shale Gas Primary Drivers of Recent Natural Gas Prices

With shale gas driving prices lower over the last few years, in addition to a lack of extreme winters or summers, a 10-year low for NYMEX was reached in April 2012. And certain long-term strips hit new all-time lows in November 2013. However, since that time, the Polar Vortex and its impact on natural gas heating demand, caused spikes in spot gas and power prices in the Northeast US, creating a huge gas storage deficit, pushing NYMEX natural gas futures to five-year highs.

Longer term prices for 2015 and beyond have moved less than the 2014 prices, and are now trading at a discount, although they have risen somewhat since November. Why have these prices moved less, and is there risk in the long-term?...

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