Energy Market Reports

Knowledge is the most powerful commodity in today’s world, therefore you need to do your homework, if you want to excel. It is easier than ever to access critical information to help make informed energy management decisions and our quarterly reports will help you discern what matters most as you manage, purchase, comply and maximize your energy profile.

February 3, 2022

Mexico Energy Reform Continues Under Debate

After the Christmas holidays of 2021, the moment arrived for legislators to begin open discussions with parliament and the private sector to review the arguments for or against the eventual...

October 8, 2021

Gas Futures Remain Volatile

Natural gas storage inventories in the U.S. are below the average recorded over the last five years and Canada is pushing even harder as the injection season ends. However, hubs...

September 8, 2021

Natural Gas Prices and the Next Picture

On September 27, natural gas prices rose to a new seven-year high in the United States, as the expiration of the October options added momentum to a rebound fueled by...

September 8, 2021

Green Tariffs and the Risks of Greenwashing

Large end-users must understand the risks associated with green tariffs backed by RECs and the importance of addressing “greenwashing”. Greenwashing refers to the act of portraying a product or a...

July 5, 2021

Energy Planning, Security of Supply, and The Energy Transition Conundrum

Currently, the west coast of Canada and the US Northwest are experiencing record temperatures with the onset of the 2021 Summer. Texas and California had heat waves in early June...

June 14, 2021

Sustainability Risks and How They Affect Business

In a recent article, Acclaim Energy mentioned the need for businesses to incorporate the risks associated with Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) programs within a company’s enterprise risk management framework....

May 6, 2021

The Importance of Investment in Transmission and Distribution Projects to Reduce Carbon Emissions and Energy Poverty

It is widely recognized that an increase in electrification will help reduce carbon emissions. For example, the increase in electrification would reduce the dependency on small diesel generators in developing...

April 13, 2021

The Era of Decarbonization and What it Means to Large Energy End-Users in Mexico

Climate change is widely regarded as the number one issue the world is facing as it has a profound socioeconomic impact. The effects of climate change are currently visible; for...

March 10, 2021

The Energy Reform and its Extractive Economic Impact on Mexico

The Mexican Senate passed yesterday the proposed electricity market reform promoted by the current administration to give back to CFE its quasi-monopolistic status in the electricity market. The approval and...

February 5, 2021

Why Mexico needs a greater integrated energy grid with North America.

The application of the energy clauses and chapter of the new free trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada (USMCA Treaty or NAFTA 2.0) has been subject to many...