The year is flying by as we are already at the end of February and Spring is just around the corner. While we hopefully are moving to a time of nicer weather, let’s take a look back on some recent severe weather events and how they impacted the energy market as well as how these impacts can be potentially lessened in the future.
Articles and Media
How Long will Gas Prices be Down?
2022 was a turbulent time for natural gas prices around the world, driven largely by geo-political uncertainty and whipsaw market fundamentals. But as the adage goes, “What goes up… must come down”, and we’ve seen that play out in natural gas prices this winter.
Lessons from Winter Storm Uri
During winter storm Uri, the residents of northern Mexican states experienced frequent electricity interruptions and outages lasting several days which resulted in $1.5 Billion in damages and the loss of 14 lives. … How can additional storage and pipelines help? And to what degree?
Taken from the trove of the writings from our energy experts. Here read technical insights and far-sighted analysis relevant through the lens of today’s energy.
RBAC”s Role in Bringing Energy to a Billion People Still in the Dark
“According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) there are roughly 1.1 billion people without access to electricity. This is one of the biggest challenges facing mankind today. How do we bring energy to a billion people still in the dark?
Can we ever Learn from History?
“Can we look at the different industry approaches and regulatory policies put in place to resolve the problems of providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy and discern which have worked and not worked thus far and use that as a guide for creating workable solutions now?”
Food For Thought
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When the Rain and Cold comes will you have Energy?
“Weather can be a fickle thing. California slammed by snow and rain, Michigan residents without power for days. Residents over the country need reliable, affordable and accessible energy. But what are they getting? ”
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