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Northeast power markets short-term outlook January 2015

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Current prices for natural gas have flipped the coal and combined cycle contributions to regional supply stacks. Although falling natural gas prices have put downward pressure on wholesale power prices a shift of coal to marginal operator provides some limit to this drop. With these operating differences not all generators will see similar impacts to returns across markets in 2015. Coal loses market share and value while the least efficient gas combined cycles pick up the most value.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Supply
  • Prices
  • Scenario Overview

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This report includes 14 images and tables including:

Images

  • Figure 5: ERCOT historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Figure 6: New York historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Figure 7: New England historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Figure 8: PJM historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Figure 9: MISO historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Figure 10: Southeast historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Figure 11: WECC historical and forecast all-in energy price outlook
  • Supply: Image 1
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Tables

  • Scenario Overview: Table 1

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