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Energy Market Risk Analysis | late June 2013

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Carbon fix vote offers slight support Prices have been on a downward trend for much of the past fortnight, as reduced heating demand in the face of warmer weather pulled short-term prices lower while long-term prices slipped back on weaker oil prices and as fears of reduced Norwegian gas supplies …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | early June 2013

Early June 2013

Gas Surge Breaks the lull The relative lull seen in longer term prices since late April was shattered mid-June, as the announcement of major winter gas maintenance in Norway caused a surge in UK gas prices that fed through to a sudden 3% jump in Winter ’13 UK power prices, …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | early May 2013

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Downtrend judders to a halt After distinctly bearish April, UK power prices have hit much choppier waters since the start of May – both short and long term markets experiencing some volatility, as supply issues and some strength in the oil and carbon markets have helped stem the recent underlying …

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Types of Energy Contracts

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There are two main energy contract types, fixed and flexible. These are sourced through energy suppliers and include a variety of energy service and tariff agreements. Deciding between different types of business energy contracts, for large users especially, requires a careful consideration of the options. The contract best suited for …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | mid April 2013

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Carbon crash has little impact UK power prices have fallen sharply over the last two weeks, reflecting a return to temperatures that are in line with seasonable norms and an improved gas supply outlook. A crash in the value of EUAs (EU carbon allowances that are factored in to power …

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