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NYMEX Natural
Gas Price (August 2014)

Dollars per Dth

BlueRock Electric
Price Index

Historical NYMEX Monthly Settlement Price

Natural Gas Price Chart (August 2014)

BlueRock Energy - Electric Price Index (EPI)

Gas Storage Data

Note: The shaded area indicates the range between the historical minimum and maximum values for the weekly series from 2009 through 2013. Source: Form EIA-912, "Weekly Underground Natural Gas Storage Report." The dashed vertical lines indicate current and year-ago weekly periods.

NY Electric Demand Data

This graph is a display of New York Independent
System Operator (NYISO) State Electricity Demand
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8-14 Day Forecast

Valid: 29 Jul 2014 to 04 Aug 2014 Updated: 21 Jul 2014 Archives Analogs Lines-Only Format GIS Data

Northeast Temperatures


As everyone knows, the extreme cold weather has caused widely reported increases to electricity and natural gas costs across New York State. Initially, Energy Supply Companies (ESCOs), like BlueRock Energy and others, were criticized for high price levels while the incumbent regulated monopoly utility companies posted lower than market prices and did not hesitate to inform customers how their prices would have been more advantageous. The ESCOs all were telling customers that this was an "apples and oranges" comparison, and the monopoly suppliers would be catching up and charging higher prices. Now the utilities are doing just that - charging the higher prices, just on a two month delay. NYSEG, RGE and National Grid are all reporting those prices now. Here are two links regarding the monopoly utilities. We thank our current customers for trusting us during this volatile market and welcome new customers to join the growing BlueRock Energy family to avoid the higher charges they will experience from their utility in the upcoming months.

National Grid Bills Surge: The Real Deal Electricity Costs Soar