Here's a summary of what went on in the energy markets last week:
For the report click here (pdf). It is also located on NEI's Nuclear Statistics webpage.
Electricity prices were mostly increasing throughout the country. Prices experienced jumps greater than $10 in the East and Midwest (see pages 1 & 2).
Gas prices fell at the Henry Hub $0.05 to $7.60 / MMBtu (see page 4).
Uranium prices rose to $138 / lb U3O8 and $135 / lb U3O8 according to TradeTech and Ux Consulting (see page 7).
By 2011, the following amounts of new generating capacity are expected to start up:
39,000 MW coal; 46,000 MW natural gas; and 29,000 MW wind (see page 8).