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  • Short-term gas prices were caught between the balance of imported gas from Norway and UK exports, with some unplanned outages on the import side pushing prices up. However, short-term electricity trended downwards based on strong renewable forecasts. Long-term gas tracked the increase in oil prices and electricity followed suit. Read More...
  • Helped again by supply issues from Norway, short-term gas prices reached a six month high. Without enough renewable generation to resist the upward pressure, electricity prices followed suit. Read More...
  • Last week saw some fairly mixed price movements across the board. Electricity prices have been driven up due to National Grid forecasts being higher and concerns over lengthy nuclear outages in France on the horizon. Though this week we hope things will stabilise, we anticipate that there may be more of the same until there is more certainty in the market. Read More...
  • A complicated week, with several factors helping to keep both short and long term prices fairly stable. However, short-term electricity prices surged due to concerns around nuclear power supply and a general lower forecast for renewable generation. Read More...
  • Short-term prices on both gas and electricity took another step upwards last week, with the balance of supply and demand factors ending the week in under-supply forecasts. Longer-term prices also rose, mainly due to Brexit uncertainty and associated currency effects. Read More...

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