Natural gas (Henry Hub) continues to track with expected results based on CFTC and storage. Slight down move recently as specs have been unwinding long position.
PJM defines NYIS as
45% Bowline 20 kV GEN 1
35% Roseton 345 kV GEN 1
15% Ctyline 115 kV GEN 1
5% Sta1185 115kV ALLGEN1
NYISO defines PJM (at least for TCC) as:
21% scheduled on the ABC interconnection. This interconnection will also include a 400 MW Operational Base Flow (OBF) offset from PJM into the New York Control Area (NYCA)
15% scheduled on the JK interconnection. This interconnection will also include a 400 MW OBF offset from the NYCA into PJM.
32% scheduled on the 5018 interconnection. The 5018 interconnection will also include a 150 MW offset from PJM into the NYCA to reflect PJM’s obligation to deliver a portion of the RECO load over this interconnection.
JK interconnection: Waldwick-S. Mahwah 345 kV facilities (J3410 and K3411)
ABC interconnection: A2253 Linden-Goethals 230 kV, B3402 Hudson-Farragut 345 kV, and C3403 Marion-Farragut 345 kV facilities
5018 interconnection: Hopatcong-Ramapo 500 kV facility
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There is a new instruction given from New York ISO to the IESO recently.
When demand in New York is forecasted to be less than 27,000MW exports to New York are at full 1450MW (unless there are outages).
When New York demand is expected to peak between 27,000 – 30,000 exports to New York will be limited to 1150MW.
If demand in New York is expected to peak above 30,000 exports will be further limited below 1150MW.
UPDATE: June 14 2017 at noon
Further to the instructions listed above when demand in New York is forecasted to be above 33,000MW exports to New York will be limited to 500MW
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Market Price trading high end of expectations currently 43@45