Monthly Archives: January 2012

Energy Market Risk Analysis – mid January 2012

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Cold, Iran tensions provide limited lift A cold snap and concerns over Iranian threats to close a key LNG (liquefied natural gas) supply route stimulated a cross-market rally in UK power and gas prices in the second week of January, although this proved be short-lived and prices have since fallen …

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Energy brokering: How to reduce energy bills and consumption

Choosing an energy supplier With a wide range of choices and changing energy policy regulations, choosing an energy supplier can be a challenge for businesses. For those looking for a comprehensive solution to save cost and reduce usage, an energy broker may be a good choice. The need for energy …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – early January 2012

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Prices hit 20-month low The price downtrend has continued on UK gas and power prices, with April Annual ’12 starting the year by slumping beneath £46/MWh, a 20-month low. Confirmation that last year was the second warmest on record has reinforced expectations of continuing mild weather while gloomy economic predictions …

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