Monthly Archives: September 2011

Energy Market Risk Analysis – mid September 2011

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Record wind power boosts supply Short-term UK power prices have been pushed lower again over the last fortnight – partly due to the blustery early September weather boosting wind power output to record levels, while longer-term prices have continued to witness choppy trading conditions – prices whipping up, down and …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – early September 2011

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Qatar LNG outages trigger price spike UK power prices for the coming months have experienced their sharpest price increase since the March tsunami in recent days, driven higher by a surging gas market that has been panicked by reports that several LNG (liquefied natural gas) facilities in Qatar are soon …

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