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Stamford, CT, January 5, 2011 – Tradition Energy announced their 2011 Energy Market Forecast yesterday during CNBC’s “The Call” with Melissa Francis. The program was broadcast live from Tradition Energy’s Stamford office and featured President, Alan Kurzer, and Sr. Director of Market Research, and CNBC contributor, Addison Armstrong.
Mr. Armstrong provided background on the key market factors driving the price forecast (www.cnbc.com/id/15840232), while Mr. Kurzer explained how major commercial and industrial companies manage their electricity and natural gas exposure by taking advantage of energy deregulation in the U.S.(www.cnbc.com/id/15840232).
Armstrong will present the 2011 Energy Market Forecast report in more depth to Tradition clients via a web presentation later this month.
Tradition Energy is one of the world’s largest energy management and procurement advisors to commercial, industrial and governmental organizations with over 300 energy specialists in 11 offices covering both the wholesale and retail energy markets since 1986. Tradition Energy is part of the Tradition Group, a leading global institutional broker of financial and commodity products. Tradition employs over 2,500 people in 27 countries around the world and is publically listed on the Swiss stock exchange (CFT).