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  1. U.S. Northeast Electricity Declines on Below-Forecast DemandRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Demand on the ISO New England Inc. network was 14,686 megawatts at 10:15 a.m., down from the day-ahead forecast of 14,730 megawatts, according to the grid's website. The high temperature today in Boston may reach 63 degrees Fahrenheit , 15 above normal, according to AccuWeather Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.

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  2. Texas Power Gains Amid Higher Use and Lower-Than-Forecast WindRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | The Washington Post

    Texas on-peak power prices rose to the highest in more than a week as demand gained and wind output slid. Use on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas Inc. network averaged 34,718 megawatts for the hour ended at 2 p.m. local time, versus the day-ahead forecast of 34,274 megawatts, according to the grid website.

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  3. U.S. Midwest Power Rises as Low Temperatures Boost ConsumptionRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | The Washington Post

    Use on the Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc. network was 84,758 megawatts at 11:20 a.m. New York time, versus the day-ahead forecast of 81,850 megawatts, according to the grid's website. The low temperature in Indianapolis reached 12 degrees Fahrenheit at 6 a.m. local time, 21 below the day's average low, according to AccuWeather Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.

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  4. Northeast On-Peak Power Poised for Lowest Average in Nine DaysRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Use on the ISO New England Inc. network was 16,070 megawatts at 4 p.m. New York time, versus the day-ahead forecast of 16,820 megawatts, according to the grid's website. The high temperature today in Boston was forecast to reach 48 degrees Fahrenheit , 11 above yesterday, according to AccuWeather Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.

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  5. Electricity Falls From New York to Boston Amid Lower DemandRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Demand on the ISO New England Inc. network was 15,229 megawatts at 12:15 p.m. New York time, versus the day-ahead forecast of 15,480 megawatts, according to the grid's website. The high temperature today in Boston may reach 47 degrees Fahrenheit , 10 above yesterday, according to AccuWeather Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.

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  6. Natural Gas Rises on Outlook for First Storage Drop This SeasonRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Washington Post

    Natural gas futures advanced for the fourth time in five days in New York as a government report may show that the first storage decline of the season was bigger than average. The U.S. Energy Information Administration may say inventories fell by 11 billion cubic feet last week, based on the median of 24 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg.

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  7. Natural Gas Slips on Outlook for Warmer Weather After Cold ShotRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Bloomberg

    Natural gas futures slid for the first time in three days as meteorologists predicted milder weather that would reduce heating demand after an arctic blast this week. Temperatures may be mostly normal or higher than average in the eastern U.S. from Nov. 23 through Nov. 27, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland .

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  8. Stanford Adds Fracking Investments in 3rd QuarterRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | The Washington Post

    Stanford University's endowment invested in three oil and gas companies in the third quarter, a few months after saying it would end direct investing in publicly traded coal-mining ventures. The endowment, valued at $21.4 billion as of August, bought shares of Rex Energy Corp. with a market value of $15.5 million at the end of the quarter, according to a regulatory filing yesterday.

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  9. Stanford Endowment Adds Fracking Investments in 3rd QuarterRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | The Washington Post

    Stanford University's endowment invested in three oil and gas companies in the third quarter, a few months after saying it would end direct investing in publicly traded coal-mining ventures. The endowment, valued at $18.7 billion as of June, bought shares of Rex Energy Corp. with a market value of $15.5 million at the end of the quarter, according to a regulatory filing yesterday.

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  10. New York's Chilly Weekend Is Just the Start of Cold WaveRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Bloomberg

    The projected high in Central Park for Nov. 15 is 44 degrees Fahrenheit , the National Weather Service said yesterday. The low is predicted to be 32, or freezing, which would give the day an average temperature of 38, the first time that will have been in the 30s since March.

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  11. Will Ferrell's Funny Or Die Said to Consider SaleRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Bloomberg

    Actor Will Ferrell jokes with the audience while riding a motorized scooter during his Funny or Die Comedy Tour at the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, Pennsylvania, in this Feb. 11, 2008 file photo.

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  12. Natural Gas Falls From 4-Month High as U.S. Cold Outlook EasesRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | The Washington Post

    Natural gas futures dropped in New York for the first time in 10 days, retreating from a four-month high, on speculation that moderating cold later this month will limit heating demand. The government's Global Forecast System midday update showed easing frigid weather east of the Rocky Mountains 11 to 15 days from now, said MDA Weather Services.

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  13. Natural Gas Falls From 4-Month High as Traders Sell After RallyRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | The Washington Post

    Natural gas futures retreated from a four-month high in New York after traders sold contracts following a nine-day rally. Gas prices jumped as much as 28 percent from an 11-month low on Oct. 27 as November weather models turned colder.

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  14. Polar Blast Outlook Drives U.S. Natural Gas to 10th Day of GainsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | The Washington Post

    Natural gas futures advanced for a 10th day, the longest run of gains in more than 14 years, amid forecasts for a blast of polar weather. Natural gas for December delivery rose as much as 3 percent to $4.544 per million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange, and was at $4.452 at 12:05 p.m. London time.

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  15. Natural Gas in Longest Rising Streak Since 2000 on U.S. ColdRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | The Washington Post

    Natural gas futures advanced for a 10th day, the longest run of gains in more than 14 years, as forecasts for a blast of polar weather across the central and eastern U.S. signaled demand for the heating fuel would rise. Natural gas for December delivery rose as much as 3 percent to 4.544 per million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange, and was at $4.515 at 4:32 p.m. Singapore time.

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  16. Midwest On-Peak Power Poised for Two-Month High as Demand RisesRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | The Washington Post

    Midwest on-peak power jumped to the highest price in two months as demand on the Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc. network exceeded expectations amid colder-than-normal weather. Use was 75,376 megawatts at 4:10 p.m. New York time, versus the day-ahead forecast of 74,567 megawatts, according to the grid's website.

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  17. Texas Electricity Rises as Lower Wind Production Cuts SuppliesRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | The Washington Post

    Use on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas Inc. network averaged 34,279 megawatts for the hour ending at 9 a.m. local time, versus the day-ahead forecast of 33,557 megawatts, according to the grid's website. Wind production averaged 597 megawatts, below the day-ahead forecast of 2,765 megawatts.

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  18. Don't Be Fooled by Warm Spell as Cold Air About to ReturnRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Bloomberg

    In a turn-around from the chill of the past weekend, temperatures will reach the mid-60s Fahrenheit through the middle of this week from Washington to Boston, including New York City. Temperatures in Chicago rose to 61 yesterday and will hover in the high 50s through tomorrow, the U.S. National Weather Service said.

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  19. Boston Power Jumps as Cold Forecast to Push Usage to 18-Day HighRead the original story

    Monday Nov 3 | The Washington Post

    Power in the Boston hub climbed as cold weather in the region was set to drive electricity demand to the highest daily peak in more than two weeks. Consumption in the New England market was forecast to peak at 16,600 megawatts today, which would be the highest since Oct. 16, according to ISO New England Inc., which manages the system.

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  20. East Coast Power Gains as Colder Weather Stokes Heating DemandRead the original story

    Monday Nov 3 | The Washington Post

    Spot power in the East Coast, from Baltimore to Newark, New Jersey, topped $50 earlier in the day as a wave of colder weather sent demand higher than forecast. The high temperature in Philadelphia today was forecast to be 59 degrees Fahrenheit , 2 less than normal, according to AccuWeather Inc. of State College, Pennsylvania.

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