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Here are the key takeaways from rolling blackouts in Texas:

  • CenterPoint Energy Warns Power Shortages Could Last “Several Days” 
  • Power Grid Crisis Spreads To Mexico
  • 15 States Have Power Outages Due To Extreme Weather
  • Gov. Greg Abbott Requests LNG Exporter Freeport To Limit Gas Intake
  • Gov. Greg Abbott Declares ERCOT Reform 
  • 4.423 million Customers In Texas Without Power
  • Bloomberg’s Javier Blas Warns “Blackouts Have Spread Again” 
  • General Motors Idles Arlington Assembly Factory 
  • Oncor Electric Delivery Warns Of “Controlled Outages” Across State
  • Temperatures In Tyler, Texas -3F On Tuesday Morning 
  • ERCOT Hopes To Restore Power With More Generators Returning To Grid 
  • The Southwest Power Pool Said Blackouts To Continue For The Second Day
  • Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo Tweets Weather-Related Death
  • Refinitiv Data Shows Arctic Air To Remain In Texas Until End Of Week
  • ERCOT Wholesale Electricity Prices Topped $9k Per Megawatt-Hour Overnight
  • Rolling Blackouts Morph Into Down Celular Networks 
  • Texas Prepares For Second Winter Storm 

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Update (1818 ET): CenterPoint Energy, the utility that delivers electricity to Houston-area homes and distributes natural gas, provided an update on the ongoing grid chaos in Texas with some bad news Tuesday evening.

CenterPoint said power shortages could last “several more days” and warned customers “to take precautions for their personal safety.”

Here’s the full statement: 

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Update (1650 ET): ERCOT President and CEO Bill Magness provide an update on the power outage situation in Texas. 

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KUT Austin’s Claire McInerny has so far summed up the ERCOT presser as the”worst” ever media briefing she “has ever been a part of.” 

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Update (1415 ET): Rolling blackouts and power outages have hit 15 states on Tuesday as a polar vortex dumps Arctic air into much of the country.

According to PowerOutage.US, 15 states are experiencing rolling blackouts or outages because of extreme weather. Most of the outages are seen in Texas, with over 4 million customers without power (as of this update). 

Top Areas by Outages 
Texas 4,197,673
Oregon 230,247
Kentucky 144,615
Louisiana 115,795
West Virginia 95,737

The polar vortex will continue pouring frigid air into much of the country through this week. Temperature anomalies are well below normal, creating major power-grid chaos. 

The disruption has spilled over into Mexico, where the US has curbed natural gas exports, resulting in power stations grinding to a halt. 

OilPrice.com expands more on the chaos unfolding across Mexico’s northern power grid. 

Continue Reading: zerohedge.com

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