October 2000
Energy User News;Oct2000, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p45
Trade Publication
Presents statistical data related to energy industries in the U.S. as of January 1, 1971. Data list of selected cities including actual monthly degree days for these cities, deviation of monthly degree days from the norm, the deviation of the monthly degree days figure from last year's total, the year-to-date cumulative deviation from the norm and the year-to-date cumulative deviation from last year; Prices representing charges of electric utilities for commercial customers in May 2000, based on dividing total reported revenue by total kWh sold; Prices of gas pipelines for September 1999, that represent estimates of median prices for one-month spot transactions.


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