Monthly Archives: May 2016

Energy Market Risk Analysis| Mid May 2016

Coal power output drops to zero UK power and gas prices slipped back as May started and the late-April price spike unravelled further – however since then the market has rallied again, shorter-term prices bolstered by output from coal-fired stations dropping sharply, and periodically hitting zero for the first time …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis| Early May 2016

Rise & Fall: on mixed coal plant news Annual UK power prices rose for most of the last fortnight, gaining as much as 3.5% at one stage ─ shored up by the actual and imminent closure of a cluster of coal-fired power stations, but they were knocked lower at the …

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