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EVA Report: Navajo Generating Station Remains Low-Cost Power Solution for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District Through 2030

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAWCD) will realize a $370 million savings in power costs through 2030 and municipal and industrial customers will avoid a 30 percent increase in water charges over 10 years if the CAWCD continues purchasing power from the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) rather than the open market, a study released […]

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Different Shades of Cold: The 2018 Arctic Outbreak vs. the 2014 Polar Vortex

Following a mild start to this winter, cold weather finally arrived in late-December, with a record-breaking freeze sweeping down from Canada and spreading across nearly the entire U.S. east of the Rockies. The blast of cold has had an immediate impact on the market, causing production freeze-offs, surging heating demand and spiking gas and power […]

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Rover Phase 1B Seeks Final FERC Approval

On the morning of Dec 4, Energy Transfer Partners submitted a request to FERC to bring Phase 1B of its Rover Pipeline in service by December 14, 2017. Although horizontal directional drilling (HDD) work was halted earlier this year, Phase 1B progress is actually slightly ahead of schedule according to our gas pipeline tracker. Phase […]

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SoCal Gas & Power Prices Rising Sharply Heading into December

December gas prices for SoCal Citygate increased dramatically over the last six weeks. On Monday, the December contract settled at $6.21/MMBTU, its highest settle in four years and more than $2/MMBTU higher than its average through 2017. The prospect of higher gas prices has also pushed SP-15 December power prices to record highs. As noted […]

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Generator Outage Report: EVA and IIR Announce New Joint Service

Energy Ventures Analysis and IIR Energy are excited to announce the release of a new joint service offering for natural gas and power traders, the EVA Generator Outage Report. The report combines IIR Energy’s best-in-class power outage data with EVA’s analytical expertise to provide unparalleled insight into day-to-day changes in U.S. electric supply and the […]

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New natural gas pipeline capacity may outpace production gains over next several months

Over 16.4 BCFD of new natural gas pipeline capacity is expected to come into service between now and October 2018. A large chunk of this capacity (7.2 BCFD) aims to provide incremental production takeaway capacity, primarily in the Marcellus/Utica region (see map below). However, EVA’s most recent natural gas production forecast suggests these pipelines may […]

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Clean Power Plan Repeal Finally Picks Up Steam

On October 10, 2017, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) added another chapter to the story of one of the most contentious environmental regulations, when EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt issued the proposed Clean Power Plan Repeal Rule.  This action, almost 200 days after President Trump ordered the EPA in his Executive Order to Promote Energy […]

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Rob DiDona’s EIA Presentation on Coal vs. Natural Gas Competition featured on THE COAL HUB

The report “Coal vs. Natural Gas Competition: The current state of play – impact on system dispatch,” first presented by Rob DiDona, leader of EVA’s power group, at the 2017 EIA Energy Conference, recently has been featured on THE COAL HUB. The report highlights the recent history of declining natural gas prices,  the importance of […]

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