Volume 14, Issue 33 September 18, 2017
In this Issue
The Link Between Climate Change and Energy Security
Editor's Note
Prices Rise In Anticipation of Winter
Natural Gas Fundamentals
Natural Gas Storage Update
Rig Count for Natural Gas
NYMEX Natural Gas Monthly Settlements for the Past 12 Months
NYMEX Values per Month for the Forward 12 Months
NYMEX Graph for Natural Gas - 12 Month Average Price per Therm at the Louisiana Well-Head
PJM Electricity
PJM Graph for Electricity - 12 Month Average Peak Power Price
Local Cooling Degree Days*
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The Link Between Climate Change and Energy Security
Learn how WGLs business initiatives are aligned with the global energy transition


Following are excerpts from a WGL white paper, “Climate Change and Energy Security.”

Technological ingenuity and a growing sense of resource abundance have diminished long-standing fears of energy shortages. As these worries fade, climate change has begun to displace energy security as a major driver of U.S. energy policy. The linkage between energy and climate change is particularly relevant to our investments in renewable and decentralized energy – WGL’s Distributed Impact™ solution.

The production and use of energy have been identified as major contributors to global warming, while a changing climate poses new challenges for the security of energy infrastructure. Responses to climate change at every level – global, national, regional and local – are already altering the choices of energy suppliers and customers, and this influence is likely to grow in the years and decades ahead. Like energy security, climate change is the epitome of a big, complex, long-term problem.

Addressing climate change also raises important issues about access to energy within developing countries and even for some groups within developed countries. Meeting the needs of large numbers of the un- and under-served within WGL’s markets and around the world represents both a challenge and opportunity for the energy industry and society.

Download the complete white paper to learn how WGL is responding to energy security and climate change challenges.

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