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Natural Gas Trends In a 2015 GDS TransActions article, it was noted the U.S. was transitioning from being a modest importer of natural gas to becoming a significant exporter. The driver behind this trend was expected to be shale gas supported liquefied natural gas...

The Electricity Use Flatline

Why American Households are Consuming Less Energy In the 80s and 90s, electricity usage in the United States grew at roughly 2.5% per year. Seemingly, as if on cue with the new millennium, a shift occurred in the early 2000s. From 2000 to 2007, total electricity usage...

Employee Spotlight – February 2017

Patrick Brin SENIOR PROJECT CONSULTANT | ORLANDO, FL Patrick Brin was hired in January of 2013 as a Senior Project Consultant in the Orlando office. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, with a concentration in Finance, from the University of Central...

TransActions January/February 2017

DOWNLOAD PDF Efficiency Moves Upstream The role of energy efficiency in the modern utility industry is very simple. The goal is to incent utility customers to invest in a more efficient product or service than they normally would, something better than the business as...

Credit Ratings 101

In recent years, credit has come to the forefront within many segments of the US economy, including energy markets. Whether dealing with RTOs, lenders, contractual counter parties, or even customers, credit is increasingly becoming a major factor in deciding whether,...