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Nationwide Utilities Newsflash | Short-term gas and power prices roar higher

Mid March 2013

UK short-term gas prices this morning witnessed their biggest spike yet of the winter With Day-ahead hitting 120 p/th and Within-day 150 p/th – its highest level since 2006 – as imports through the main interconnector with Europe (the Zeebrugge-Bacton IUK pipe) were shut off due to a pump failure. …

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What makes Nationwide Utilities Unique?

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What can we do for your Business? Nationwide Utilities Limited is an independent energy brokerage that acts for commercial and public sector clients in procuring electricity and gas contracts from energy suppliers. Established for over 12 years, we offer a range of additional consultancy services including Energy Management, Risk Assessment …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | mid March 2013

Mid March 2013

Short-term spikes again – to £71 Short-term UK gas and power prices witnessed another price spike on March 13th − the most significant yet in the recent series for UK electricity, as Day-ahead reached £71/MWh, a 13-month high. A cold snap in the face of tightening supply margins and operational …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | early March 2013

Energy Market Risk Management | Early March

Short-term surges on gas spike Prices on the short-term UK power and gas markets surged at the start of March, as a storm-related power cut at a major Norwegian gas field slashed gas imports. This price spike came just a week after another sharp rally in prices which had already …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | mid January 2013

Mid January Marker Report

CO2 crash offsets gas and oil gains A collapse in the price of CO2 emissions allowances (EUAs) has counteracted the effect of firmer oil and gas markets on UK power prices over the last two weeks, leaving Annuals stable to marginally higher than where they were in mid-January. On the …

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