Energy Market Risk Analysis – early October 2011

Annuals ease on oil, debt, gas

Annual UK gas and power prices have lost value over the last fortnight, coming under pressure from a weakening oil market, continued Eurozone jitters and a further slump in short-term gas prices at the end of September.

Annual prices have shed up to 5% in value over the last fortnight, while short-term prices slumped to 12-month lows at the end of September, after two weeks of substantial volatility.

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Energy Market Intelligence report – early October 2011

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The arrows indicate price change between 16 September 2011 and 30 September 2011:

Elec: -3.0%

Gas: -2.2%

Coal: -3.7%

Oil: -10.4%

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