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U.S. Natural Gas Consumption/Power Sector
April 18, 2019

According to EIA’s recently released Natural Gas Monthly, domestic consumption of natural gas increased across all sectors in 2018.

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Energy Consulting | Energy Trading Consulting
April 15, 2019

In a new blog series that we're calling, "Powerful Reading," our team of energy trading consultants at MidDel Consulting will be sharing and summarizing some of their favorite books.

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Electricity | RESA
April 11, 2019

The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA) released new research on electricity price trends that reveals an eye-opening cost disparity between monopoly and competitive states.

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ETRM System Selection
April 08, 2019

Here is a list of the primary items to consider during the ETRM system selection process, which might be of interest to many.

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Commodity Markets
April 01, 2019

Some of the consequences of the recent spike in oil volatilities has resulted in a significant increase in hedging from producers, as well as consumers, especially airlines.

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Smart Grid | Energy Efficiency
March 28, 2019

To improve energy efficiency, a smart grid project in Turkey and Portugal leverages consumer choice.

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World's Energy Demand | Renewable Power
March 18, 2019

BP forecasts that the world's energy demand will grow by a third through 2040, driven by rising consumption in China, India and other parts of Asia. 

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Powerful Reading | Energy Consulting
March 14, 2019

Continuing our blog series, “Powerful Reading,” our team of energy trading consultants at MidDel Consulting will be sharing some of their favorite books.

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Daylight Saving 2019
March 07, 2019

Daylight Saving 2019 is right around the corner. Are you ready?

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Electrical Grid | Polar Vortex
March 04, 2019

This year’s extreme cold event tested the resiliency of the Midwest/Northeast power grid. The results seem to be that the power grid survived the event without major customer disruptions or extreme pricing, outside of some isolated real-time action, compared to past Polar Vortex events.

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