Author Kay K

Kay is Manager of Energy Supply and Risk Management for Burton Energy. Kay stumbled onto the energy trail in the last century as natural gas was becoming deregulated, and has found it to be a fascinating career path. Having worked at some point for almost every side of the business, Kay has developed a well-rounded perspective and enjoys finding ways to reduce energy spend risk for our clients. She appreciates the same things her children do…baseball, good food, and the great outdoors.

Volunteering in 2020

It has become something of a tradition at Burton to volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House. We plan and make dinner a couple of times a year for the guests of the House, so they have a warm meal to look… Continue Reading →

St. Patrick’s Day Build

Rather than celebrate my non-existent Irish Heritage, I decided to join some of my awesome co-workers for my first Habitat for Humanity build. Since we were a small group, we joined another larger group build already in progress – Day… Continue Reading →

Range Bound Tug of War Results In Higher NYMEX Settle, For Now

In yet another unremarkable month of trading, the August 2015 Natural Gas contract closed up 6.5 cents, coming off the board at $2.886 per MMBtu. Warmer weather provided some support for the immediate term. Natural Gas continues to be range-bound,… Continue Reading →

The Effect of the California Drought on the Region’s Energy Prices

California is enduring its fourth year of a drought and in January, Gov. Brown declared a drought State of Emergency. Water shortages and dead lawns aside, Californians should know that their energy bills will also feel the effects. On average,… Continue Reading →

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