PRLog - Nov. 28, 2012 - EVERGREEN, Colo. -- EVERGREEN, CO (November 28, 2012) – Bentek Energy, a leading energy markets information and analytics company, reports low natural gas prices have led to record high power burn demand throughout 2012 and this trend will carry into 2013 as power plant operators continue to favor gas-fired resources over coal-fired generation. As more gas-fired capacity comes online in 2013, natural gas demand from the power sector will play an increasingly important role in the price discovery of natural gas. Bentek’s U.S. Power Burn Report allows you to follow the dynamic power burn market and facilitates a complete picture of natural gas demand in the U.S.
Get critical insight into the natural gas demand from power generation market.
Bentek’s U.S. Power Burn Report is widely used in the natural gas industry and offers critical insight to natural gas demand from power burn, including a 14-day flow forecast of gas demand for power generation in eight Bentek demand regions. The sample for this report includes 60% of total nationwide power burn, providing a robust picture of actual power burn levels. Also included in the report is the daily delivery as well as natural gas usage at individual power plants and daily, weekly, monthly and yearly regional and national gas demand for power generation in the Associated Market Model and the History File respectively.
Key features of Bentek’s U.S. Power Burn Report:
• Regional power burn expected for a normalized temperature versus the actual burn
• Analysis of pipeline flows to gas-fired generation facilities
• Year-on-year average daily U.S. power burn
• Regional forecasts of gas demand in the power sector
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