CERA Report Makes Retail Predictions

Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) issued a report lastweek outlining the possible avenues retail marketing will take asit matures. The report, ‘Customer Choice in the Information Age:North American Retail Energy Scenarios to 2015’, forecasts thedifferent situations that would develop based on how fast regulatedutilities exit retail markets.

May 1, 2000

Raymond James Eyes Production Drop

Raymond James & Associates’ gas analysts warned investors last week the latest production statistics indicate gas production is down 4-6% compared to last year and a tally of producers’ statistics for the second quarter by NGI found that conclusion to be accurate (See Table).

August 2, 1999

Raymond James Eyes Production Drop

Raymond James & Associates’ gas analysts warned investorsyesterday the latest production statistics indicate gas productionis down 4-6% compared to last year. The St. Petersburg, FL-basedfirm highlighted several indicators, including sharply loweryear-to-year storage injections, reduced E&P company productionfigures, a growing “balancing item” reported by the Department ofEnergy in its gas market statistics and a survey of three of thelargest gas producing states.

July 27, 1999

Fulton Acquires NY Power Plant

Fulton Cogeneration Associates, a limited partnership owned byCoastal Corp. subsidiaries, acquired the 79.6 MW Rensselaercogeneration plant near Albany, NY, and pertinent contracts fromLG&E Westmoreland Rensselaer, in which LG&E IndustrialSales Corp. and Westmoreland-Rensselaer LP are general partners.

March 17, 1999

CERA Predicts Production Capacity Decline

Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) released findingsyesterday that North American gas production capacity will weakenthis year – possibly by as much as 500 MMcf/d – due to cutbacks indrilling and exploration brought about by low oil prices.

February 11, 1999

Awareness of Power Competition Grows in PA

A survey conducted by Promark Research Corp. between Aug. 23-25,with subsequent data analysis by Baselice & Associatesdetermined that 95% of Pennsylvanians are aware that they can orwill soon be able to choose their electric generation supplier.It’s a huge improvement for the Pennsylvania program when comparedwith a June survey that showed awareness 15 percentage pointslower. Nationwide awareness of electric restructuring is about 40%,according to another survey by Yankee Energy.

October 21, 1998
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