Toasty early-summer weather and falling wind generation have lifted US gas-fired power burn to seasonal highs this month, but rising gas prices threaten to put a damper on the rally. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now On June 9, total demand from generators topped 39.6 Bcf/d, marking a record high for demand in any late-spring period prior to the June 20 official start to summer, S&P Global Platts Analytics data shows. This month’s record came as population-weighted temperatures along the Eastern Seaboard, the Southeast, and Texas topped 80 degrees Fahrenheit, spurring a wave of electric cooling. Power burns this June, though, have outperformed even on a temperature-adjusted basis. On June 9, […]