Energy Market Risk Analysis – mid May 2011

Oil tumble knocks prices lower

Heavy falls in the price of oil have pulled electricity and gas prices lower. The supply and demand factor has played a leading role here with stocks of oil and gas being much higher than usual. There appears to be a downward trend in the cost of energy and gas and if this continues prices should continue to fall.
Prices are currently at the same level as in mid-March which is still much higher than prior to the Libyan crisis and Japan tsunami.

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Energy Market Intelligence report – mid May 2011

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Elec: -0.6%

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Gas: +0.5%

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Coal: -4.3%

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Oil: -10.0%

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