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.
You will find Tradition Energy in the News below.

“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

“Natural gas producers and their regulators have learned some lessons since last year, such as the value in investing in higher quality gear,”

Houston Chronicle, December 22, 2022

“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

“According to the NEADA, the average cost of home heating this winter is estimated to increase to $1,202 from $1,025 last year. This would mark the second straight year of major price increases. Much of the problem can be traced to a shortage of fuel supplies due to the Russia-Ukraine war,”

Yahoo!, October 16, 2022

“Globally, we’re feeling better about ourselves and about the natural gas storage levels that we have now,”

Bloomberg, October 14, 2022

“There’s now an imbalance between our supply and demand,”

NBC News, September 22, 2022

“We’ve seen a lot of money get pulled out of the US markets,”

BNN Bloomberg, September 06, 2022

“This is a manifestation of what Caiso warned folks about back in May, that unless they see voluntary curtailments the grid could become unstable during certain periods of high demand,”

Yahoo! news, August 31, 2022

“You’re just sort of feeding gasoline into the fire, which drives the bulls,”

Bloomberg, August 18, 2022

“Figuring out exactly when to stop pulling power from the grid to win the transmission fee reduction can require a bit of game theory”.

Bloomberg, August 16, 2022

“We’ve seen U.S. production inch upwards, we’re seeing refinery runs and maintenance going on improving a little bit, plus we’ve seen people trim back a little bit,”

Detroit News 4, July 18, 2022

“I don’t think most of America understands how bad this problem with natural gas is,”

BNN Bloomberg, July 11, 2022

“We’re not seeing any elasticity in refined products demand,”

Reuters, May 25, 2022

Gary Cunningham, Director of Market Research for Tradition Energy, talks with Guy Gordon about the diesel fuel shortage.

760 AM WJR - The Guy Gordon Show, May 24, 2022, May 24, 2022

“There is no certainty if we will have enough diesel fuel as the demand to make diesel and jet fuel was in such a low demand during the pandemic.”

Detroit News 4, May 23, 2022

In Texas, the grid “is still at risk”

FINANCIAL POST, May 22, 2022

“On the refinery earnings calls, they’re talking about making sure they run at full steam’

Reuters, May 10, 2022

“The market was up so strong before the announcement I think (the Fed) was a foregone conclusion,”

CNBC, May 04, 2022

“There are real concerns about whether Chinese demand, which is a huge factor in global demand, will remain strong in 2022

Reuters, May 03, 2022

“Under worse circumstances, we could see the need for rolling brownouts and blackouts in Southern California,”

Yahoo! Finance, April 28, 2022

Gary Cunningham, Director of Market Research for Tradition Energy, talks with Guy Gordon about a report that we could see more power shortages this summer in Michigan.

760 AM WJR - The Guy Gordon Show, April 27, 2022

“This time we’ve had even more retirements of old generators, and we’re not building enough new ones. The ones that we are building, to be candid, the intermittent wind and solar, are not always there when we need them,”

Detroit News 4, April 26, 2022

“It’s scary, but that’s where we’re at,”

Bloomberg Quint, April 19, 2022

“This market mostly appears to be reacting around the Fed comments and the EIA storage report,”

Reuters, April 06, 2022
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