User's Guide to Natural Gas Purchasing and Risk Management

User's Guide to Natural Gas Purchasing and Risk Management

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1-Developing an Energy Purchasing Strategy2-Gas Purchasing: Business, Legal a Contracting Issues3-The Role of the Gas Marketer4-Selecting a Gas Marketer to Deliver Transportation Gas5-Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Gas Contracts6-Gas Futures, Swaps and Options7-Retail Energy Contracts: Choices for Customers8-Natural Gas Purchasing as a Strategic Input9-Natural Gas Purchasing Options10-Fuel Management in the Real World11-Fuel Savings via Gas Supply Aggregation12-Benefits of Effective Fuel Management13-Fuels Utilization for Cost-Effective Energy Management14-Managing Your Facility's Energy Needs in Competitive Energy Markets15-Background: FERC Orders 636, 636-A, and 636-B16-The Hidden Costs of Doing Business Under Order 63617-Order 636: The Next Stage of Implementation18-Spot Market Natural Gas Reliability19-Understanding a Using New LDC Supply Options20-How a Local Natural Gas Distributor Helped an Institutional Cogenerator21-Brooklyn Union Gas Company's Competitive Power Systems Program22-The Gas Industry Standards Board: Organizing the Marketplace for Natural Gas23-Gas Reduction Strategies to Benefit the Environment24-Gas Cooling Engine Emissions: Meeting the Clean Air Act25-Meeting CFC Phase-Out Requirements with Gas Cooling26-The Environmental Benefits of Natural Gas Powered Fuel CellsIndexThis was derived using bin data for those hours when the outside temperature is between 10 and 15 degrees Fahrenheit. In addition, Arrow Park suffered efficiency losses when moving steam through hundreds of feet of pipe when it was not required in other parts of the ... EXHAUST HEAT RECLAIM A second project to eliminate the oil mist in the eyelet production area was also undertaken in 1993.

Title:User's Guide to Natural Gas Purchasing and Risk Management
Author: Payne
Publisher:CRC Press - 2000-01-31

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