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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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Energy Market Risk Analysis | early September 2012

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Annuals zigzag sideways UK Power Annual prices have moved slightly higher, then lower and then higher again over the last fortnight, in a directionally uncertain market – partly influenced by oil market oscillations, but also torn between the bullishness of supply threats (Belgian nuclear plant crack issues spreading and gas/LNG …

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More than 2% fall in wholesale electricity and gas prices

Electricity and gas prices fell 2.2% yesterday, the sharpest single day fall in prices since June and gas prices fell slightly less at 2%. Prices are continuing to be affected by trouble in the global financial markets which have fallen due to economic concerns. For a detailed analysis with trend …

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Wholesale energy market falls more than 3% in 5 days

The wholesale markets have reacted rapidly to global economic concerns surrounding the well published debt crisis which has been unfolding in recent months. With more bad news expected many businesses may decide to defer procurement contracts to take full advantage of further potential reductions. Whilst negative economic news may be bad …

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