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Energy Market Risk Analysis| Early June 2016

Prices slip and then rebound It has been another volatile fortnight for UK power Annual prices ─ which spent most of the second half of May shunting lower again before rebounding strongly at the end of the month. The bounce came largely on the back of firmer gas market sentiment, …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid December 2014

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid December 2014

Weak all-round: on oil, restarts, wind UK Power prices across the coming months, quarters, seasons and years have all reached long-term lows in the first half of December, pressured by a further slump in oil, gas and coal prices, and the planned return of power plant capacity that has been …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early December 2014

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early December 2014

Market spikes on gas and cold UK power prices across all periods saw prices spike in the second half of November, largely tracking a surge and slump on the gas market which was driven by Norwegian production disruptions and a sudden cold spell. Longer-term prices rallied by 5% and short-term …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early November 2014

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early November 2014

Prices consolidate after recent falls UK Annual power and gas prices have shown signs of consolidating in early November, following a seven-week bear trend, as new Ukraine tensions have tussled with further oil weakness to determine direction.  April ’15 Annual UK power has oscillated either side of £50/MWh, while October …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid October 2014

Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid October 2014

Further falls on global energy slump UK power and gas prices have shed further value over the last two weeks, under the influence of a continuing slump in global energy markets, which has seen oil prices hit a four-year low, coal markets hit a five-and-a-half year low and German electricity …

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