Spot wholesale electricity in Texas fell as demand dropped below expectations.
Spot wholesale electricity rose on the 13-state mid-Atlantic grid as demand increased and temperatures fell.
Spot wholesale electricity along the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region increased on higher than forecast demand.
Temperatures in Washington and New York dropped as much as 35 degrees as a cold front that brought snow to Chicago this week swept eastward with gusty winds grounding flights.
Spot wholesale electricity in Texas rebounded from a one-month low as below-normal temperatures boosted demand.
Spot wholesale electricity in Texas slid as generation from wind was above expectations.
Natural gas fell for a second day in New York on speculation that stockpiling may accelerate as milder weather reduces fuel use.
Spot wholesale electricity rose from the Midwest to Texas as power demand exceeded expectations.
Natural gas futures gained in New York for the third time in four days on speculation that a cool start to spring will slow the pace of replenishing stockpiles from an 11-year low.
Spot wholesale electricity prices in the Midwest jumped 10-fold as power demand exceeded expectations.
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