OPINION: Natural gas prices are falling, why are electricity tariffs rising?:

Natural gas is the dominant fuel for electricity generation in Singapore. [link ] When natural gas prices are falling to its lowest level in decades, why are our electricity tariffs rising? [link ] Financial Post, 12 Jan 2012 WHY NATURAL GAS IS TANKING Warm weather across the north-eastern United States and soaring output from fracked oil and gas fields have pushed gas prices down to some of the lowest levels for a decade, piling pressure on beleaguered domestic gas producers. Front-month gas futures prices slumped 5.7 percent yesterday, to $2.77 per million British thermal units (mmBtu). Prices have fallen almost continuously since last summer and are now down nearly 45 percent since June 2011. It is all a far cry from the $13 gas traded in the summer of 2008 or $15 in late 2005. Full story Forbes.com, 10 Jan 2012 OIL AND NATURAL GAS PRICES GET DIVORCED - DONALD MARRON Ea...

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