Capitol Area Energy, Inc.

November 2, 2007 David Babin 5105 Pryor Lane Austin, Texas 78734 Phone 512-266-4710 Fax 512-266-4712 www.capitolareaenergy.com

NATURAL GAS & ELECTRICITY
NATURAL GAS
Natural gas futures for December on the NYMEX closed $ 0.219 lower Friday to settle at $ 8.418 per MMBtu, ahead of the weekend as storage levels rose last week to a record high, indicating supplies are adequate to meet winter heating needs and forecasters eased the outlook for cold weather in the East and Midwest. The natural gas market was responding to revised weather forecasts calling for warmer temperatures over the next 2 weeks in the central and eastern US than were previously expected. Temperatures are predicted to be in the low 40s to high 50s in New York and in the high 30s to low 60s in Chicago over the next 2 weeks. A cold snap will come into the Midwest and Northeast this week, but warmer temperatures will prevail next week. The record stockpiles in Canada and the US will likely depress prices into next year. Storage in as much as 4.2 Tcf in the 2 countries combined will not be drained enough by winter demand for prices to rebound early next year. An average winter uses about 2.2 Tcf and months of below-normal temperatures would only increase the total to about 2.8 Tcf. The record heating season consumption was 2.4 Tcf during the 2002-2003 winter. Last week, the EIA reported a storage injection of 66 Bcf, higher than expected, compared to a 5-year average increase of 26 Bcf. The report showed that total storage levels of 3.509 Tcf are 56 Bcf more than a year ago. Overall, levels are still 272 Bcf above the 5-year average. For this week, look for an injection of about 40 to 50 Bcf. For this week, major resistance is seen at $ 9.490, with minor at $ 8.500, while major support is seen at $ 8.000 and minor at $ 8.310.
NYMEX Historical Natural Gas Prices 2005 15.00 2006 2007

NATURAL GAS PRICES
NYMEX Dec 07 03 Month Strip 06 Month Strip 12 Month Strip 18 Month Strip Last 8.42 8.69 8.50 8.47 8.64 Change -0.22 -0.20 -0.17 -0.14 -0.13

Nov 2007 Gas Prices
Point NYMEX Houston Ship Channel Waha Hub Price 7.27 6.92 6.36

EIA GAS STORAGE
Region East Bcf 2,004 459 1,046 3,509 Change 34 6 26 66

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J F 6.29 M A M 6.75 7.20 7.51 J 6.12 5.93 7.59 J A S O N D
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2005 6.21

6.30 7.32 7.11 7.23 7.65 7.56

6.98 7.65 10.85 13.91 13.83 11.18 5.89 7.04 6.93 6.11 6.82 5.43 4.20 6.42 7.15 8.32 7.27

2006 11.43 8.40 2007 5.84 6.92

NOAA HURRICANE SEASON OUTLOOK
climate outlook include:

National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center: Now that hurricane season is virtually over, the focus shifts to the winter weather approaching. The main factors which usually influence the seasonal
1)EL NINO AND LA NINA - WHICH COMPRISE EL NINO/SOUTHERN OSCILLATION OR ENSO. 2) TRENDS APPROXIMATED BY THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MOST RECENT 10-YEAR MEAN OF TEMPERATURE OR 15YEAR MEAN OF PRECIPITATION FOR A GIVEN LOCATION AND TIME OF YEAR AND THE 30-YEAR CLIMATOLOGY PERIOD (CURRENTLY 1971-2000). THE OCN TOOL REPRESENTS THE TREND. 3) THE TROPICAL 30-60 DAY OSCILLATION - AFFECTS CLIMATE VARIABILITY WITHIN SEASONS. 4) THE NORTH ATLANTIC OSCILLATION (NAO) AND THE PACIFIC NORTH AMERICAN (PNA) PATTERNS - WHICH AFFECT THE TEMPERATURE ANOMALY PATTERN ESPECIALLY DURING THE COLD SEASONS. THESE PHENOMENA ARE CURRENTLY KNOWN TO BE PREDICTABLE ONLY OVER A WEEK OR SO. 5) PERSISTENTLY DRY OR WET SOILS IN THE SUMMER AND SNOW AND ICE COVER ANOMALIES IN THE WINTER. THESE FACTORS TEND TO PERSIST FOR LONG PERIODS AND ACT AS A KIND OF MEMORY IN THE CLIMATE SYSTEM. 6) STATISTICAL FORECAST TOOLS - CANONICAL CORRELATION ANALYSIS (CCA)... AND SCREENING MULTIPLE LINEAR REGRESSION (SMLR). 7) DYNAMICAL FORECAST MODELS... INCLUDING THE NCEP CLIMATE FORECAST SYSTEM (CFS). 8) AN OBJECTIVE CONSOLIDATION (ABBREVIATED CON IN THE TEXT) OF THE OCN... CCA... SMLR AND CFS FORECASTS IS USED AS A FIRST GUESS IN PREPARING THE FORECAST MAPS. THIS TECHNIQUE MAKES OPTIMUM USE OF THE KNOWN SKILL OF OUR FORECAST TOOLS. Be prepared for more winter detailed updates next week.

MCPE AVERAGE
ERCOT Houston North South West Ave 41.73 24.36 36.30 25.24 Change -5.75 -15.26 -8.72 -14.78

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Capitol Area Energy, Inc. November 9, 2007 David Babin 5105 Pryor Lane Austin, Texas 78734 Phone 512-266-4710 Fax 512-266-4712 www.capitolareaenergy.com

NATURAL GAS & ELECTRICITY
NATURAL GAS
Natural gas futures rose Friday for December to settle at $ 7.897 per MMBtu, on shortcovering ahead of anticipated cold weather late this week in the Northeast and Midwest. The market is increasingly sensitive to cold weather forecasts as the US moves into winter and traders try to gauge heating demand. Temperatures in the Midwest, namely Chicago, and Northeast are expected to drop below-average during the latter half of this week, getting close to the low-to-mid 40s in Illinois and mid-to-upper 40s in New York. Temperatures in the New York area will reach highs in the 40s, possibly the low 50s with lows in the 30s as temperatures in Chicago hit highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s during the 3rd week of November. The US will be about 1% warmer than the 30-year average for December through February, but colder than last year. Traders will be waiting on forecasters’ short-term weather predictions today to see what to expect in the coming weeks. Last week, the EIA reported a storage injection of 36 Bcf, higher than expected, compared to a withdraw of 7 Bcf a year ago. The report showed that total storage levels of 3.545 Tcf are still 291 Bcf above the 5-year average. For this week, look for an injection of about 10 to 20 Bcf. For this week, major resistance is seen at $ 8.400, with minor at $ 7.955, while major support is seen at $ 7.785 and minor at $ 7.575
NYMEX Historical Natural Gas Prices 2005 15.00 2006 2007

NATURAL GAS PRICES
NYMEX Dec 07 03 Month Strip 06 Month Strip 12 Month Strip 18 Month Strip Last 7.90 8.18 8.08 8.13 8.35 Change +0.18 +0.18 +0.15 +0.13 +0.11

Nov 2007 Gas Prices
Point NYMEX Houston Ship Channel Waha Hub Price 7.27 6.92 6.36

EIA GAS STORAGE
Region East Bcf 2,017 465 1,063 3,545 Change 13 6 17 36

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J F 6.29 M A M 6.75 7.20 7.51 J 6.12 5.93 7.59 J A S O N D
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2005 6.21

6.30 7.32 7.11 7.23 7.65 7.56

6.98 7.65 10.85 13.91 13.83 11.18 5.89 7.04 6.93 6.11 6.82 5.43 4.20 6.42 7.15 8.32 7.27

2006 11.43 8.40 2007 5.84 6.92

NOAA HURRICANE SEASON OUTLOOK
Strong Storms Developing in the Northwest: A series of strong Pacific storms will produce hurricane-strength winds, rain and snow in the Northwest. Later in the week, the wintry weather will reach the East Coast. The West Regional News story reports that an active storm pattern has returned to the Pacific Northwest. On Sunday, a cold front brought snow to Nevada and rain to central and Southern California. Today, the precipitation has moved into the Rockies. Winds today along the coasts of Oregon and Washington are blowing at 50-70 mph with higher gusts. This evening, the wind will accelerate down the east slope of the Cascades. Sustained wind speeds could reach 60 to 80 mph, with localized gusts nearing 100 mph. The Severe Weather Center list the numerous wind watches and warnings that are in effect from the coast of Washington and Oregon to the western Dakotas, along with a winter storm watch in the mountains of Idaho and western Montana. The strong winds have downed trees and power lines, leading to power outages in coastal areas of Washington. Since Sunday, a 97-mph wind gust was recorded 6 miles northeast of Bellingham, Wash., and a 92-mph gust was reported near Clallam Bay, Wash. To remove your name for our mailing list, please click here. Questions or comments? E-mail us at newsletter@capitolareaenergy.com

MCPE AVERAGE
ERCOT Houston North South West Ave 57.05 47.28 54.00 47.77 Change 5.84 8.55 6.69 8.41

Capitol Area Energy, Inc. November 16, 2007 David Babin 5105 Pryor Lane Austin, Texas 78734 Phone 512-266-4710 Fax 512-266-4712 www.capitolareaenergy.com

NATURAL GAS & ELECTRICITY
NATURAL GAS
Natural gas futures for December delivery on the NYMEX ended $ 0.301 higher Friday to settle at $ 8.001 per MMBtu, as a cold snap across the Eastern Seaboard sent traders scrambling to buy contracts. Below-normal temperatures raked the East Coast from Maine to South Florida, sparking greater demand for natural gas for heating. NOAA predicted brisk temperatures continuing in the East over the next few days compelled traders to drive futures to $ 8.00. High temperatures in the upper 40s in New York, high 30s in Boston and high 50s in Atlanta will be through today. Temperatures in Chicago are expected to be in the mid-to-high 40s over the same period. But high levels of storage and forecasts of a mild winter across much of the US could ultimately place downward pressure on prices. In an update to the winter forecast, meteorologist Joe Bastardi said all signs point to this winter becoming one of the warmest on record. Last week, the EIA reported a storage withdrawal of 9 Bcf, about what was expected, compared to an injection of 3 Bcf a year ago. The report showed that total storage levels of 3.536 Tcf are still 273 Bcf above the 5year average. For this week, look for a withdrawal of about 10 to 20 Bcf. For this week, major resistance is seen at $ 8.210 with minor at $ 8.030, while major support is seen at $ 7.555 and minor at $ 7.860.
NYMEX Historical Natural Gas Prices 2005 15.00 2006 2007

NATURAL GAS PRICES
NYMEX Dec 07 03 Month Strip 06 Month Strip 12 Month Strip 18 Month Strip Last 8.00 8.25 8.12 8.16 8.36 Change +0.30 +0.28 +0.23 +0.15 +0.17

Nov 2007 Gas Prices
Point NYMEX Houston Ship Channel Waha Hub Price 7.27 6.92 6.36

EIA GAS STORAGE
Region East Bcf 2,002 471 1,063 3,536 Change -15 6 0 -9

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J F 6.29 M A M 6.75 7.20 7.51 J 6.12 5.93 7.59 J A S O N D
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2005 6.21

6.30 7.32 7.11 7.23 7.65 7.56

6.98 7.65 10.85 13.91 13.83 11.18 5.89 7.04 6.93 6.11 6.82 5.43 4.20 6.42 7.15 8.32 7.27

2006 11.43 8.40 2007 5.84 6.92

Updated Winter Model for second of half of December and January:
Second half of December Below-normal temperatures from the Yukon Territory through BC and the Canadian Prairies, above-normal temperatures from the eastern United States through Atlantic Canada, a mean storm track from the central Rockies through the Great Lakes and into southern Quebec which would mean above-normal snowfall for the northern Rockies of the U.S. through the upper Midwest, including southern Manitoba, northwestern Ontario, central Ontario and much of Quebec, a wetter pattern (favoring more rain to snow) from the Ohio Valley, southwestern Ontario through the Northeast U.S. and into Atlantic Canada, above-normal snowfall from northern BC into Alberta, drier and warmer than normal for the Southeast U.S. January Not much different than the second half of the December, but more extreme, very cold across western Canada, but much above-normal temperatures throughout the eastern United States and through Atlantic Canada, abovenormal temperatures from the Midwest through the Great lakes, including Ontario and Quebec, precipitation in BC still looks no higher than normal, but it does look snowy for the Canadian Rockies and into Alberta, main storm track from the central Rockies through the upper Great Lakes and into central Quebec means above normal snowfall from the U.S. Rockies through the northern Plains, southern Manitoba, northwestern Ontario and perhaps Minnesota, more rain than normal for the Ohio Valley, lower Great Lakes and Northeast U.S., including southern Ontario.

MCPE AVERAGE
ERCOT Houston North South Ave 25.09 25.05 24.84 15.96 Change -38.85 -65.84 -19.23 -72.25

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Capitol Area Energy, Inc. November 30, 2007 David Babin 5105 Pryor Lane Austin, Texas 78734 Phone 512-266-4710 Fax 512-266-4712 www.capitolareaenergy.com

NATURAL GAS & ELECTRICITY
NATURAL GAS
Natural gas futures for January delivery closed $ 0.150 lower Friday to settle at $ 7.302 per MMBtu, remaining under selling pressure as forecasts predict a warming trend following a burst of frigid air bringing snow to the Northern Plains, upper Midwest and New England. Traders are watching forecasts for mild weather following a cold spell that brought snow to the Midwest. The cold shot will last through the first half of the week along the East Coast, but then temperatures will rebound back to above-normal. Temperatures in the Great Lakes region will rise in to the 40’s from the 20’s. Temperatures in New England will rebound into the 40’s and possibly low 50’s along the East Coast. Natural gas futures were also pressured lower by declining crude oil futures. December futures, which expired Wednesday at $ 7.203, left a gap that the market is trying to fill. Last week, the EIA reported a storage withdrawal of 12 Bcf, somewhat less than expected, compared to a withdrawal of 27 Bcf a year ago. The report showed that total storage levels of 3.528 Tcf are still 301 Bcf above the 5-year average. For this week, look for a withdrawal of 50 to 60 Bcf. For this week, major resistance is seen at $ 8.240, with minor at $ 7.385, while major support is seen at $ 6.825 and minor at $ 7.220.
NYMEX Historical Natural Gas Prices 2005 15.00 2006 2007

NATURAL GAS PRICES
NYMEX Jan 07 03 Month Strip 06 Month Strip 12 Month Strip 18 Month Strip Last 7.30 7.33 7.30 7.55 7.77 Change -0.15 -0.15 -0.14 -0.13 -0.06

Nov 2007 Gas Prices
Point NYMEX Houston Ship Channel Waha Hub Price 7.27 6.92 6.36

EIA GAS STORAGE
10.00
Region East Bcf 1,977 477 1,074 3,528 Change -14 -1 3 -12

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F 6.29

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J 6.12 5.93 7.59

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2005 6.21

6.30 7.32 7.11 7.23 7.65 7.56

6.98 7.65 10.85 13.91 13.83 11.18 5.89 7.04 6.93 6.11 6.82 5.43 4.20 6.42 7.15 8.32 7.27

2006 11.43 8.40 2007 5.84 6.92

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Historical Gas Strip Average for Last 60 Days With the over abundance storage level and the breakdown of crude, we thought we might show you some interesting facts about natural gas strip averages. We have not seen average below where they are today for 60 days and we are in the middle of the winter. If the weather continues to work in our favor, gas prices are looking for a strong downturn as initially predicted 60 days ago. Although a pop will be seen when a winter storm hits, it should be short-lived and continue its downturn. The question remains how far will it go down. Pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered. Be on the lookout for opportunities to lock in.
10/4 7.93 8.02 7.97 7.98 8.16 8.16 10/8 10/11 10/15 10/18 10/22 10/25 10/29 11/1 11/5 11/8 11/12 11/15 11/19 11/26 11/29 11/30 7.52 7.52 7.93 7.96 7.44 7.72 7.85 8.89 8.29 8.00 8.23 7.97 8.04 7.94 7.47 7.33 7.68 7.68 8.02 8.08 7.59 7.85 7.98 8.68 8.17 7.92 8.12 7.90 7.95 7.86 7.44 7.30 7.66 7.67 7.97 8.04 7.59 7.85 7.98 8.60 8.15 7.93 8.10 7.90 7.94 7.88 7.51 7.38 7.70 7.71 7.99 8.07 7.65 7.90 8.02 8.62 8.20 8.01 8.16 7.97 8.00 7.96 7.67 7.55 7.95 7.96 8.19 8.30 7.95 8.19 8.30 8.71 8.35 8.23 8.35 8.18 8.20 8.21 7.96 7.86 7.98 7.99 8.21 8.33 8.02 8.25 8.36 8.66 8.35 8.27 8.36 8.20 8.22 8.27 8.06 7.97

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MCPE AVERAGE
ERCOT Houston North Ave 44.75 44.75 44.75 44.75 Change -13.08 -13.16 -13.61 -32.36

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Capitol Area Energy, Inc. December 7, 2007 David Babin 5105 Pryor Lane Austin, Texas 78734 Phone 512-266-4710 Fax 512-266-4712 www.capitolareaenergy.com

NATURAL GAS & ELECTRICITY
NATURAL GAS
Natural gas futures for January delivery on the NYMEX ended $ 0.123 lower yesterday to settle at $ 7.032 per MMBtu on forecasts for higher-than-normal temperatures and lower demand through Christmas. A milder weather forecast for the Northeast over the next 2 weeks is expected to reduce the demand for heating, leaving an abundance of natural gas in storage. Futures prices fell to $ 6.95, the lowest since October 25th. Prices may slip to $ 6.50 should mild weather continue to be the trend through this month. When prices fell below $ 7.00 earlier yesterday, traders anticipating prices would advance later this winter bought contracts. Temperatures in the Northeast next week will be as much as 6 degrees above normal. There are no signs of any sustained, long-term arctic cold events during the last half of December. Last week, the EIA reported a storage withdrawal of 88 Bcf, somewhat higher than expected, compared to a withdrawal of 13 Bcf a year ago. The report also showed total storage levels of 3.44 Tcf are still 273 Bcf above the 5-year average. For this week, look for a withdrawal of 70 to 80 Bcf. For this week, major resistance is seen at $ 7.76, with minor at $ 7.280, while major support is seen at $ 6.715 and minor at $ 6.990.
NYMEX Historical Natural Gas Prices 2005 15.00 2006 2007

NATURAL GAS PRICES
NYMEX Jan 08 03 Month Strip 06 Month Strip 12 Month Strip 18 Month Strip Last 7.15 7.22 7.26 7.53 7.78 Change -0.17 -0.15 -0.14 -0.12 -0.10

Dec 2007 Gas Prices
Point NYMEX Houston Ship Channel Waha Hub Price 7.20 6.87 6.67

EIA GAS STORAGE
10.00
Region East Bcf 1,932 463 1,045 3,440 Change -45 -14 -29 -88

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F 6.29

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M 6.75 7.20 7.51

J 6.12 5.93 7.59

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2005 6.21

6.30 7.32 7.11 7.23 7.65 7.56

6.98 7.65 10.85 13.91 13.83 11.18 5.89 7.04 6.93 6.11 6.82 5.43 4.20 6.42 7.15 8.32 7.27

2006 11.43 8.40 2007 5.84 6.92

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Winter Weather and Prices
As you know, it is our customary practice to favor short-term fixed price deals unless the market seems extremely favorable to lock up longer-term. Favorable, in our minds, would be defined by a price that one would feel comfortable locking up for two or more years. This has not come to fruition for the last three or four years. Therefore, we feel it is in the best interest to continue to stay on index products converting to fixed prices when the market turns for the better. The market is driven by many factors, including but not limited to, weather, storage, pipeline activity and support/resistant charts. When winter approaches, we tend to get nervous for fear that a cold blast will roll in and prices will spike. Unfortunately, prices will climb, but inevitably the thing we forget is that market does come back to reality. There is no difference with this winter with the exception we have far different factors working in our favor. We are already half way through winter on the NYMEX board, storage is the fullest it’s been on record and temperatures are and forecasted to be above-normal for the remainder of the cold season. Therefore, if the trend stays intact, although we will see spikes here and there, it is our belief we are looking for a depression in prices. If the market moves in this direction, we will be looking to secure Jan-Mar and/or Jan-June fixed prices. Stay tuned and call for quotes. To remove your name for our mailing list, please click here. Questions or comments? E-mail us at newsletter@capitolareaenergy.com

MCPE AVERAGE
ERCOT Houston North South West Ave 34.32 34.32 34.32 34.32 Change -8.48 -8.48 -8.48 -8.48

Capitol Area Energy, Inc. December 14, 2007 David Babin 5105 Pryor Lane Austin, Texas 78734 Phone 512-266-4710 Fax 512-266-4712 www.capitolareaenergy.com

NATURAL GAS & ELECTRICITY
NATURAL GAS
Natural gas futures for January delivery dropped $ .215 lower Friday to settle at $ 7.025 per MMBtu, hitting a 7-week low, as traders considered mild weather forecasts for the latter half of December. The last time front-month futures prices settled lower was October 24th. Some traders had expected a Friday rally ahead of the weekend as speculative traders holding a massive net short position were expected to buy back some contracts to release the positions and get ahead of winter-demand drive price increases. Instead, the traders viewed Friday’s session finale as a bearish event, meaning the market is set to move lower as warmer temperatures cap gas-fired heating demand. The close was bearish from a technical standpoint and should indicate a drop to $ 6.80 next. Last week, the EIA reported a storage withdrawal of 146 Bcf, somewhat higher than was expected, compared to a withdrawal of 146 Bcf a year ago. The report showed that total storage levels of 3.294 Tcf are 259 Bcf above the 5-year average. For this week, look for a withdrawal of 150 to 160 Bcf. For this week, major resistance is seen at $ 7.615, with minor at $ 7.130, while major support is seen at $ 6.645 and minor at $ 7.000.
NYMEX Historical Natural Gas Prices 2005 15.00 2006 2007

NATURAL GAS PRICES
NYMEX Jan 08 03 Month Strip 06 Month Strip 12 Month Strip 18 Month Strip Last 7.03 7.11 7.17 7.45 7.70 Change -0.17 -0.17 -0.16 -0.15 -0.14

Dec 2007 Gas Prices
Point NYMEX Houston Ship Channel Waha Hub Price 7.20 6.87 6.67

EIA GAS STORAGE
10.00
Region East Bcf 1,831 453 1,010 3,294 Change -101 -10 -35 -146

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J 6.12 5.93 7.59

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2005 6.21

6.30 7.32 7.11 7.23 7.65 7.56

6.98 7.65 10.85 13.91 13.83 11.18 5.89 7.04 6.93 6.11 6.82 5.43 4.20 6.42 7.15 8.32 7.27

2006 11.43 8.40 2007 5.84 6.92

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Christmas Holidays, Weather and Prices
As the Christmas holidays approach, typically so does the weather. Most everyone hopes for a white Christmas, don’t be surprised this year if you are wearing shorts and a t-shirt. The biggest factor for prices during the winter is the weather. Weather has been very mild and is forecasted to continue that pattern. With most companies shut down for the holidays, another factor in pricing is the demand for use of natural gas and electricity. If the weather stays away combined with the less demand for commodities, be prepared for increased pressure of declining prices. Our radar map is still looking for six and twelve month prices to be below $ 7.00. Short term buying is always favorable, but there comes those few times when longer term needs to be taken into consideration. This time is no exception. If you have any questions or need quotes, please don’t hesitate to call. Have a Merry Christmas from Capitol Area Energy, Inc.

MCPE AVERAGE
ERCOT Houston North Ave 67.73 67,73 67.74 68.15 Change 15.47 15.47 15.45 14.61

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