One who attends a market to buy or sell; one who carries goods to market.
An entity engaged in bringing together sellers and buyers, usually on a spot-market basis, assisting in negotiations and arranging transportation and delivery terms.
Any entity, other than the LDC, that sells natural gas to customers. Also known as a supplier or broker.
Entity which sells natural gas it has purchased from a producer or other seller.
A non-regulated buyer and seller of natural gas.
A company, licensed by the PUC, that buys and resells electricity, but that typically does not own generating facilities.
Any company or person that retails (sells) motor fuels. May or may not sell branded gasoline.
A company, other than a pipeline or LDC, that buys and resells gas for a profit. Unlike a Broker, a marketer actually takes title to the gas.
An agent who arranges deals to sell electricity or natural gas for a customer and provides other services.
An unregulated third party who takes title and resells the gas product to end-users
A company that buys and resells electricity, but typically does not own power plants.
Entity that takes title to and sells power and has FERC approval to market energy services. The marketer role may also be assumed by utilities that sell power outside their own service areas. Within the Detroit Edison Electric Choice Program, the term marketer takes on a more specific meaning. It refers to the entity that lines up sources of generation and arranges to move the power through one or more transmission systems to deliver it to the Detroit Edison distribution system. A marketer can also be a retailer.
an entity who takes title to electric power and then resells the power to end-use customers. This entity, who acts for itself in negotiating contracts, purchases, or sales of electrical energy, is required to meet two FERC tests to be certified as a Power Marketer: 1) show lack or adequate mitigation of transmission power; and 2) prove non-dominance of market power
A company involved in the business of purchasing and reselling natural gas. The company may be independent or affiliated with transmission and production companies as well as LDCs. [ négociant
A power marketer is an agent for power generation projects that sells wholesale power or fuel. Marketers also may arrange for transmission and distribution of the energy provided.
An individual, independent corporation, pipeline, producer, or local distribution company affiliate, engaged in the bringing together of sellers (producers) and buyers of off-system spot-market gas, assisting in negotiations, and arranging transportation and delivery terms. In some instances, marketers buy their own position and broker and arrange transportation for their own sales.
Natural Gas marketers in Georgia are companies that are approved and certified by the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) to procure Gas and then sell the Gas directly to you, the end-user.
An agent for generation projects who markets power on behalf of the generator. The marketer may also arrange transmission, firming or other ancillary services as needed. Though a marketer may perform many of the same functions as a broker, the difference is that a marketer represents the generator while a broker acts as a middleman. (See also Power Marketers.)
Companies that buy and resell gas or broker gas for a profit. They also provide transportation and balancing services, and monitor deliveries.
A person whose job involves persuading consumers to buy what producers want to sell.
An agent that arranges deals of electricity for a customer and provides other services.