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Natural Gas Procurement: Timing is Everything

natural gas procurementAlthough natural gas prices are more stable now than they have been in a decade, energy managers can still save their companies big money by creating a procurement strategy and timing their purchases.

“We’re looking at $3-$4 per dekatherm (Dth) versus a spike to $15 in 2008,” said Joe Bores, manager commodity services desk, natural gas with Hess Energy Marketing. “But the market traded down to $3.12  from $3.80 recently. At 70 cents per Dth, that’s meaningful dollars for large energy purchases,” said Bores. “It depends how intense of usage we’re talking about. There’s urgency to pay attention to those details.”

Bores shared his insights with other speakers for the Energy Manager Today webinar “What Energy Managers Need to know about Procuring Natural Gas: Guidance for 2014 Natural Gas Contracts” (available on demand).

Read more at Energy Manager Today.

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