Tag Archives: Business energy

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid January 2018

energy market intelligence Jan 2

April ’18 Annual breaks above £48 Stable start to 2018 The front two UK Power annuals reached fresh multi-year highs in the second week of January – with April ’18 Annual pushing above £48/MWh and October ’18 Annual reaching £46.5/MWh for the first time since they started being discussed almost …

Continue reading

Posted in Energy Market Risk Management | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early January 2018

Energy market intelligence Jan 1

Short-term dips as Winter hits high high disruptions Short-term and long-term UK power and gas prices have moved in different directions over the last fortnight, with the seasons and annuals rising – Winter ’18 hitting a multi-year high – helped by a firm oil market, while Day-ahead and Month-ahead values …

Continue reading

Posted in Energy Market Risk Management | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early December 2017

Day-ahead and Dec both breach £55 While the second half of November began with all UK power periods deflating – amid waning French nuclear concerns, warmer weather expectations and softer coal and oil markets, by the 20th of the month many levels were starting to move higher again. Further French …

Continue reading

Posted in Energy Market Intelligence | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid November 2017

Bull-run intensifies – then breaks While the recent bullishness intensified in the first fortnight of November, with Annuals rallying by as much as 4%, prices have buckled over the last few days as the factors that drove the market higher – colder weather, further French nuclear concerns and a surging …

Continue reading

Posted in Energy Market Risk Management | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early November 2017

Annuals claw higher on oil, cold UK power prices generally clawed higher again as October rolled into November, after having been pulled lower at the end of the third week of October as French nuclear supply fears retreated. Firmer oil and coal markets have helped push the Annuals to new …

Continue reading

Posted in Energy Market Risk Management | Tagged , , | Leave a comment