Here's a summary of what went on in the energy markets last week:
For the podcast click here. For the report click here (pdf). It is also located on NEI's Nuclear Statistics webpage.
Electricity prices were decreasing throughout the country last week (see pages 1 & 2). Gas prices at the Henry Hub fell $.60 to $6.41/MMBtu (see page 4).
Nuclear capacity availability averaged 97% last week. Kewaunee is the first reactor to go into a refueling outage for the second half of 2006. Beaver Valley 1, Browns Ferry 3, Clinton, Seabrook and Vogtle 1 were down for maintenance (see pages 2 & 3).
Uranium prices (from UxC and TradeTech) jumped to $52.00/lb U3O8 (see page 7).
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