Tradition Energy in the News

Tradition Energy’s full-service energy consultants are frequently sought after by the media for their expertise on energy issues. Tradition Energy advisors contribute to regional, national, and industry media on the energy markets, energy procurement, and a wide range of energy management solutions aimed at helping commercial, industrial and governmental energy users manage energy and lower costs.
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“We aren’t seeing a strong influence from Australian strikes anymore,”

Reuters, September 15, 2023

“The Australian strike threat was more of a concern for markets when there was the potential for a full work stoppage at all facilities there,”

MarketWatch, August 29, 2023

Although the weather in the lower 48 states is forecast to remain hotter than normal through at least Aug. 31, it will be significantly milder during that period

Yahoo! Finance, August 16, 2023

“Warmer than normal temperatures in the densely populated states, continued heat in Texas, and indications that LNG export facilities are ramping up in anticipation of higher winter demand – are all providing a more stable and supportive market for prices,”

Yahoo! Finance, August 08, 2023

Presentation on community solar option for Lake County operations. Attachments: Tradition Energy Community Solar – Lake County

Lake County Gazette, August 04, 2023

“Yes, we have hotter weather potentially coming in the next two weeks, but power sector demand for gas remains manageable,”

MarketWatch, July 20, 2023

“We’re seeing support in the natural gas markets from some heat on the maps coming back to Texas next week,”

Yahoo! Finance, July 05, 2023

Tradition Energy and OMNIA Partners Reduce Energy Costs by 16% Annually for Global Chemical Manufacturer

OMNIA Partners, June 28, 2023

Sixth-Largest US School District Saves Over $500000 by Utilizing a Cooperative

OMNIA Partners, June 19, 2023

Presentation and discussion on community solar options to offset Lake County energy usage.

Chicago City Wire, June 16, 2023

“It’s become dangerously big.”

ZeroHedge, June 09, 2023

Prices were rising “on a continued evolution of the weather outlooks for increasing gas demand from the power sector over the next three weeks,”

Yahoo Finance!, June 07, 2023

COVID-19 Impact Analysis of Energy Consulting Market 2031

KaleidoScot, June 07, 2023

From Sheep Farms to Solar Farms Why sheep farming can have a profoundly positive impact on building solar projects!, June 02, 2023

“It’s just momentum coming out of Friday’s gas drilling report, which shows low levels of gas drilling rigs in key basins like the Eagle Ford, Marcellus and for Haynesville in over a year,”

Yahoo Finance!, May 15, 2023

“The amount of Canadian natural gas production curtailed by wildfires was less than 1 billion cubic feet a day on Wednesday”

Yahoo Finance!, May 10, 2023

“There’s a lot of fundamental and technical support around the $2.00 mark so any positive news coming out of the weather outlooks which shifted slightly cooler and we’re up,”

Business Recorder, April 16, 2023

“Weather-related demand in the near term remains low,”

Yahoo Finance!, April 14, 2023

“This morning we are seeing some short covering, which is helping prices,”

Yahoo Finance!, April 11, 2023

“We don’t expect to have the same summer heat that we had last year, but we certainly think there will be enough heat to support cooling demand and power sector demand for gas, which is well above normal.”

Reuters, April 10, 2023

“We’re seeing a combination of weather softening and lower feed gas into some of the LNG plants, which basically has us in a more surplus environment than we were just a few days ago,”

Yahoo Finance!, March 27, 2023

“The weather outlook for later in March has shifted from colder-than-normal along the eastern seaboard to slightly warmer-than-normal, reducing the expectation of late season heating demand,”

Reuters, March 18, 2023

“We are seeing support in US gas markets this week from a combination of shifts cooler on weather outlooks, confirmation of 2 (LNG) trains at Freeport restarting and some early announcements that drillers are cutting back on plans for 2023,”

Yahoo, February 24, 2023

The latest revisions to the weather forecast were “absolutely brutal”

Bloomberg, January 25, 2023

“Realistically an SPR release is near-term bearish, long-term bullish because eventually you’re going to have to buy it back,”

Reuters, October 20, 2022
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