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Shoulder Season Drives Uncertainty in the Natural Gas Market

We are officially in the shoulder season and the natural gas market is falling back into old habits. It is not uncommon for the natural gas market to increase in the second quarter. In fact, over the past twenty-six years,… Continue Reading →

Everyone Gets a Trophy…

You’ve heard the comments, “Everyone gets a trophy these days, what’s the big deal?” – well, at Burton, we think THIS award is a big deal! We are honored to have received the 2017 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year… Continue Reading →

Natural Gas Bears are Losing Momentum

The natural gas market appears to have shifted somewhat from a bearish sentiment due to warmer temperatures in February, to a more bullish sentiment as the supply/demand balance becomes more of a focus for the near-term. The April contract rolled… Continue Reading →

Burton Energy Group Named ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for 5th Consecutive Year

Burton Energy Group is proud to announce that it has won the esteemed ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award for Sustained Excellence! This is the fifth year in a row that Burton has been named Partner of the Year… Continue Reading →

Does Daylight Saving Time Save Energy?

The controversial policy of Daylight Saving Time (DST) and its benefits and costs to society have been debated ever since Benjamin Franklin first jokingly suggested getting people out of bed earlier to conserve candles in 1784. Read the brief history behind… Continue Reading →

Don’t Forget to Claim Your Energy Efficiency Tax Credits This Season!

Use the links below to check out which energy efficiency federal tax credits you may qualify for before you file and be sure to take a look at additional state-level incentives to get the most bang for your buck or… Continue Reading →

Women’s History Month – Spotlight on Women in Energy & Sustainability

In honor of Women’s History Month, learn about the ten women below whose contributions revolutionized the energy industry and pioneered efforts for environmental sustainability. 1) Mary Walton (1827-unknown) American environmental engineer who focused on solving a growing issue in the Industrial… Continue Reading →

March Madness Takes over Natural Gas Market

March Madness is just around the corner and the natural gas bears appear to be shutting down any Hail Mary shots the bulls are taking to push this market higher. To close out the “typical” winter season term, the March… Continue Reading →

Natural Gas Demand Drives Price Volatility

The bulls and bears are having a turf war over the natural gas market. The February contract rolled off the board on Friday at $3.391 per MMBtu, nearly 14% below the January contract, after experiencing a large swing throughout the… Continue Reading →

Natural Gas Market Starts 2017 with a Bang

Times Square wasn’t the only place setting off fireworks to ring in the new year. The natural gas market kicked off 2017 with quite a bang! After news of an arctic blast and a storage withdrawal of 237 Bcf, the… Continue Reading →

Natural Gas Settle Finally Surpasses $3.00

Natural gas for the CY2016 strip has now officially settled. After the bears drove the December contract down to $2.546 per MMBtu with an above-average November and record high storage levels, the bulls managed to gain momentum heading into Thanksgiving… Continue Reading →

Natural Gas Bears Take Over the Market

It looked as though the Chicago Bears and natural gas bears were abandoning us this fall, neither of which looking like they would be part of the conversation this season. While the Chicago Bears continue to sort out their quarterback… Continue Reading →

There is Something Brewing at Burton Energy Group…

It’s no trick; a very nice treat is on its way!  Burton Energy Group is looking forward to welcoming Micah Burton to the family very soon! The team took some time to share their wisdom and wishes and celebrate Brent,… Continue Reading →

New Beginnings… Again

We moved into our new office recently, the fifth such space we’ve occupied and the third move for our company over the past five years.  Thankfully this relocation, like all of the previous ones, was precipitated by our growth and… Continue Reading →

Lingering Heat Continues to Impact Natural Gas Prices

After moving into the prompt position, the October contract quickly dipped to $2.827 per MMBtu and eventually slid to $2.676 per MMBtu.  Since hitting that key support level, the bulls continued to try to push the October contract above $3… Continue Reading →

Burton Energy Group is Moving to a New Office!

Burton Energy Group is growing and moving to a new office!! We need more space to expand and are moving north to new offices just off Old Milton Parkway.     As of September 1, 2016 our new address will… Continue Reading →

Another Successful Atlanta RMHC Burton Visit!

We are so grateful to our Burton employees who volunteered their time and energy to prepare a meal for the families at the Ronald McDonald House at Atlanta’s Scottish Rite Hospital, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.   Thanks to Brett, Suzanne,… Continue Reading →

Sharing Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Tips

 On August 3rd, I had the good fortune of serving as the speaker at a monthly meeting of the Green Chamber of the South at the Five Seasons Brewing Company in Atlanta.  The Green Chamber is a non-profit focused on… Continue Reading →

Natural Gas Remains Range-Bound

Natural gas continues to be range-bound, while traders alternate their focus between summer coming to an end and ample supply in storage, verses increased demand for power generation and below average storage injections.  The August contract settled at $2.672 per… Continue Reading →

FORE!

Dustin Johnson was still celebrating his US Open win while golf audiences around the world waited for the British Open to begin. While waiting, on July 7th, the Burton Energy Open was held at Top Golf Alpharetta. Instead of walking… Continue Reading →

Kennedy’s Cause: Let Your Inner Beauty SHINE

  One of the perks of my job is that I have the opportunity to attend a variety of client functions and charitable events, and none are more meaningful than Kennedy’s Cause.  The foundation’s namesake, Kennedy Hubbard, is the daughter… Continue Reading →

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