Monthly Archives: February 2012

Instability in the Wholesale Energy Market

Variable weather in Europe and uncertainty surrounding new fracking techniques leads to fluctuating prices in the wholesale energy market. Falling temperatures across England and the UK at the start of January led to an increase in demand causing prices to rise. Predictable and typical for the time of year? Well …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – mid February 2012

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Big Thaw, but oil tensions rise Prices across UK gas and power markets continued to be squeezed higher at the start of February as the cold snap tightened its grip and temperatures and snow fell across the entire country. While short-term gas hit a six-year high, short-term electricity prices also …

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How to Choose an Energy Broker

An experienced energy consultant will not only help you secure the best tariffs for your business energy but will also protect your business from risk during uncertain times. But with so many UK energy brokers to choose from, how can you separate the good from the bad and find the …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – early February 2012

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Prices spike as Big Freeze bites Plummeting temperatures in the UK have caused a spike in UK power and gas prices in recent days, not just on the short-term market, but also on the longer term market. Seasons and Annuals witnessed some of their biggest ever one day gains on …

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