Consistently

Heating Load Lack Ends Monday Rally Streak; Signs of Spring

The first three Mondays in March consistently saw rebounds from weekend softness (although the gains were rather mild a couple of times and didn’t quite extend to all points in one case). The fourth time was the charm for cash market bears, though, as quotes Monday (March 28) extended the move lower that had been launched on the previous Wednesday and Thursday.

March 29, 2005

Skilling Free Pending March Court Appearance

Jeffrey Skilling, the brash, tell-it-like-it-is former CEO of Enron Corp. who has consistently maintained that he did nothing wrong during his 11-year tenure at the company, on Thursday pleaded not guilty to more than three dozen criminal counts in a Houston courtroom. After posting a bond of $5 million in cash, Skilling was freed pending a court appearance scheduled for March 11.

February 23, 2004

TVA’s Financial Reins to be Tightened Under Bush Proposal

While praising its safety record and consistently high government ratings, President Bush wants tighter financial controls for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in place by Sept. 30 to reduce its burgeoning debt and improve its stature in the competitive electric marketplace.

February 10, 2003

Canadian Gas Exports to US Dip 5.3% This Year

The end is in sight for the long winning streak chalked up by Canadian natural-gas exporters, as deliveries remain consistently off their formerly torrid pace in setting 14 consecutive annual sales records in the United States. Canadian gas deliveries to the U.S. fell by 5.3% to 2.745 Tcf in the first three-quarters of the current gas contract year that ends Oct. 31 from 2.9 Tcf in the same period of 2000-01, the National Energy Board reports.

October 21, 2002

Canadian Gas Exports to US Dip 5.3% This Year

The end is in sight for the long winning streak chalked up by Canadian natural-gas exporters, as deliveries remain consistently off their formerly torrid pace in setting 14 consecutive annual sales records in the United States. Canadian gas deliveries to the U.S. fell by 5.3% to 2.745 Tcf in the first three-quarters of the current gas contract year that ends Oct. 31 from 2.9 Tcf in the same period of 2000-01, the National Energy Board reports.

October 21, 2002

Prices Falls Line Up Consistently to Either Side of Nickel

In a remarkably uniform display of softness, prices fell byabout a nickel Tuesday at nearly every point across the board.Rarely has the market been so consistent with the great majority ofdeclines clustered within the range of 3-7 cents and with nogeographical bias.

April 5, 2000
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