Energy Supply, Demand, and Markets – August 2014
The ScottMadden Energy Industry Update | August 2014
Eventually, a tectonic shift causes change. A shifting generation mix—triggered by stricter environmental regimes (proposed and in effect) and continued cheap shale gas—is impending, with significant changes in the U.S. generation fleet expected in the next one to two years. Renewable and nuclear development continues, although some development is impacted by stop-go policy incentives. Meanwhile, gas infrastructure is under pressure to keep up as it becomes the power generation incremental fuel of choice. Read more below.
- Fossil-Fired Generation: Ninth Inning for Some Units
- Fossil-Fired Generation: Are Proposed Existing Source Greenhouse Gas Standards the Nail in the Coffin?
- Progress and Prospects for New Nuclear
- Renewables Development: More Steel (and Modules) “in the Ground,” But Policy Uncertainty Remains a Barrier
- Natural Gas Midstream Infrastructure: Much Thought To Be Needed—Is Enough Happening?
- Power Demand and Prices: Peakier and More Volatile?
- 2014 SEPA Fact-Finding Mission
- Viewpoint: Climate Risks and Utilities: A Story of Confusion
- Viewpoint: Coal’s Twilight Gets Expensive
- Viewpoint: Light or Heat
- Viewpoint: Gas Utility Infrastructure Investments
- Viewpoint: Hitting the Blend Wall – Proposed Reductions in the EPA 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard
- Viewpoint: Changing Resources and Implications for Transmission
- Viewpoint: Survey: Distributed Generation – What’s on the Horizon?
- Viewpoint: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Distributed Resources
- Clean Tech & Sustainability
- Clean and Renewable Sources of Energy
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