Phone: 800.343.4410 Contact us partner login CURRENT RATES
Peg Logo
News

Below is an archive of Patriot Energy Group's weekly Newsletter. Industry news articles and data are gathered from trusted sources providing information on a number of topics, including; distribution, generation, supply, technology, efficiency, regulation, renewable energy and utility rates.

Archive:  2017  |   2016  |   2015   |   2014   |   2013   |   2012   |   2011   |   2010

12/30/10: Natural Gas Off Highs as U.S. Supplies Drop Less Than Expected

The nation's natural gas supplies fell last week, the government said Thursday. The Energy Department's Energy Information Administration said in its weekly report that natural gas held in underground storage in the lower 48 states dropped by 136 billion cubic feet to about 3.232 trillion cubic feet for the week ended Dec. 24. Analysts expected a… Click here for full 12/30/10 Newsletter

12/16/10: Natural Gas Prices Drop to One-Month Low on Inventory Report

Natural gas futures fell to the lowest level in almost a month after a government report showed a decline in U.S. stockpiles that was close to analysts' forecasts. Gas tumbled as much as 4.3 percent after the Energy Department said stockpiles slipped 164 billion cubic feet in the week ended Dec. 10 to 3.561 trillion cubic feet, in line with analyst estimates of… Click here for full 12/16/10 Newsletter

12/09/10: Natural Gas Futures Drop as Report Shows Ample Winter Supplies

Natural gas futures fell from a four month high as a government report showed adequate supplies of the heating fuel for the cold-weather months. Stockpiles dropped 89 billion cubic feet in the week ended Dec. 3 to 3.725 trillion cubic feet, the Energy Department said today. Inventories were 9.8 percent above five year average. Analysts estimated… Click here for full 12/09/10 Newsletter

12/02/10: Natural Gas Falls after Inventories Decline Less Than Expected

Natural gas futures fell in New York, heading for the first weekly decline in three weeks, after a smaller than expected stockpile drop signaled ample supplies. Gas dropped after the report showed that inventory levels fell 23 billion cubic feet in the week ended Nov. 26 to 3.814 trillion, an Energy Department report showed. A surplus to the five-year average… Click here for full 12/02/10 Newsletter

11/18/10: Natural Gas Futures Extend Decline in After Inventory Increase

Natural gas futures extended a decline after a government report showed that U.S. stockpiles rose to a record for a second straight week. Gas inventories rose 3 billion cubic feet in the week ended Nov. 12 to 3.843 trillion cubic feet, the Energy Department said today. Analyst estimates showed a gain of 8 billion. Natural gas for December delivery fell… Click here for full 11/18/10 Newsletter

11/11/10: Natural Gas Falls, Snapping Rally, as Supplies Rise to Record

Natural gas futures fell for the first time in five days after a government report showed that U.S. stockpiles rose to a record last week. Gas inventories increased 19 billion cubic feet in the week ended Nov. 5 to 3.84 trillion cubic feet, the Energy Department said today, topping the record set in last November. U.S. gas output this year will rise to the highest level in 37 years, the department forecast yesterday… Click here for full 11/11/10 Newsletter

11/04/10: Natural Gas Declines After Bigger-Than-Forecast Stockpile Gain

Natural gas futures declined in New York after a government report showed that U.S. inventories increased more than forecast last week, bringing stockpiles close to a record. Supplies gained 67 billion cubic feet in the week ended Oct. 29 to 3.821 trillion, the Energy Department said today. Analyst estimates… Click here for full 11/04/10 Newsletter

10/21/10: Natural Gas Drops to 13-Month Low After Inventory Increase

Natural gas futures dropped to the lowest price in 13 months after a government report showed that U.S. inventories rose more than expected last week. Gas stockpiles increased 93 billion cubic feet in the week ended Oct. 15 to 3.683 trillion, the Energy Department said today. Analysts had expected… Click here for full 10/21/10 Newsletter

10/14/10: Natural Gas Futures Rise as Storage Build Meets Views

Natural Gas futures reversed their earlier losses Thursday, breaking into positive territory after a weekly storage report came in near analysts' expectations. Natural gas for November delivery rose 0.6 cent, to $3.702 per million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The benchmark contract had fallen as low as $3.595/mmBtu in early trading, but pared those losses after… Click here for full 10/14/10 Newsletter

Archive:  2016  |   2015   |   2014   |   2013   |   2012   |   2011   |   2010
   
Banner

Electricity Strategies

Freedom Plan
Fixed Strategy

Bunker Hill Portfolio Plan
Winter Power Hedging

Hancock Portfolio Plan
Seasonal Peak Power Hedging

Independence Plan
Variable Strategy

Liberty Plan
Hybrid Strategy

Patriot Plan
Structured Strategy

Philadelphia Plan
Managed Strategy

EDGE
Active Management Add-On

Natural Gas Strategies

Freedom Plan
Fixed Strategy

Franklin Plan
Hybrid Strategy

Independence Plan
Variable Strategy

city
LINKS divider STRATEGIES     divider

CONNECT divider
phone 800.343.4410
Call us today
  email Newsletter
Weekly Energy Roundup
home Headquarters
1 Rounder Way  |  Suite 200  |  Burlington, MA  |  01803

Offices

Massachusetts  |  Pennsylvania  |  Maine  |  Texas
About Us
Careers
Strategies
Patriot 360
Home
Freedom Plan
Independence Plan
Liberty Plan
Hancock Portfolio
Bunker Hill Portfolio

  Patriot Plan
Philadelphia Plan
Freedom Plan (Gas)
Independence Plan (Gas)
Franklin Plan (Gas)
facebookFacebook
TwitterTwitter
LinkedinLinkedIn
Google+Google+
© 2015 Patriot Energy Group. All Rights Reserved   |   Privacy Policy   |   Legal   |   Site Map