Friday, December 15, 2006

NEI Energy Markets Report (December 4th - 8th)

Here's a summary of what went on in the energy markets last week:

Electricity prices decreased in the West and were mixed throughout the rest of the country last week (see pages 1 & 2). Gas prices rose at the Henry Hub increasing $0.01 to $7.82 / MMBtu (see page 4). Oil prices rose $4.79 to $62.02 / barrel two weeks ago (see page 5).

Nuclear capacity availability averaged 92 percent last week. Eight reactors were offline for refueling outages last week with one finishing.

For the month of January, Henry Hub gas futures averaged $7.69 / MMBtu and light sweet crude oil futures averaged $62.32 / barrel (see page 6).

For the podcast click here. For the report click here (pdf). It is also located on NEI's Nuclear Statistics webpage.

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1 comment:

Sam said...

uranium made another all time high as well!!!
nuclear power is the way, not gas or oil!