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A nation that can't control its energy sources can't control its future. Barack Obama

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  • Longer-term prices for electricity and gas followed oil and coal downwards. This was also the trend for the short-term market, which was helped down by temperatures that were forecast to be slightly higher than expected and good wind generation. Read More...
  • Shorter-term prices for gas increased slightly due to the colder weather, but this is not expected to persist. Supplies remain healthy so longer-term prices have fallen slightly. Following a sustained period of falls in recent months, electricity is showing signs of stabilising. Read More...
  • Most factors kept the downward pressure on prices this week. Strong gas imports, higher than expected temperatures and currency gains all helped to push short and long-term prices down past September 2017 levels. Read More...
  • Strong imports of gas from Norway and a good week for wind generation both helped gas prices to fall significantly in the short-term, whilst the dip in oil price and strengthened pound allowed the long-term prices to follow suit. Electricity tracked gas in both respects. Read More...

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