Adjusting expectations on natural gas and power prices

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Oil, natural gas, and power prices skyrocketed this year. Are short-term price expectations too high and long-term price expectations too low?

Many are attributing the spike in oil and gas prices to increased energy exports, particularly natural gas exports. But they are not solely to blame or even the main reason. Likewise, factors driving power prices higher extend beyond the impact of higher natural gas prices. 

In this webinar, our experts discuss:

  • Near-term market dynamics with possible regional differentiations
  • Potential adjustments to long-term expectations for oil, natural gas, and power prices
  • The impact of higher natural gas prices on power generation and capacity
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Meet the authors
  1. Andrew Griffith, Manager, Energy Markets
  2. Harry Vidas, Vice President, Energy Markets

    Harry is a recognized authority on energy markets and forecasting. He leads a team of geologists, engineers, and economists to analyze North American and world natural gas and oil supply, transportation, and end use. View bio

  3. George Katsigiannakis, Vice President, Energy and Power Markets

    George is an expert in U.S. electricity markets with a deep understanding of all factors affecting U.S. wholesale electric markets including market design, environmental regulations, fuel markets, transmission, renewable, energy efficiency, and demand side management. View bio

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