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

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  • Long and short-term gas prices continued their steady decline this week, influenced by the continued warm weather, a drop in both oil prices and exchange rates and a significant restock of supplies.  Electricity prices generally followed suit; with the exception of the very short-term prices, which were held up due to lower than expected wind generation. Read More...
  • Most prices continued the steady decline so far in 2017 but still remain significantly higher than this time last year. The earlier fall in the price of oil and the continued warmer weather forecasts helped to maintain the overall downward price trend for energy. Read More...
  • Milder temperatures and good wind generation helped the downward trend for short-term electricity and gas prices to continue this week. Oil prices also saw a significant drop, despite a fall in Sterling following the most recent BREXIT news. Read More...
  • The gas market was oversupplied last week, causing gas prices to fall. The electricity market was unable to take advantage of this fall in gas price thanks to “storm Doris” and the consequential reduction in wind generation.  As a result, electricity prices remained largely unchanged. Read More...
  • The gas market was oversupplied last week, causing gas prices to fall. The electricity market was unable to take advantage of this fall in gas price thanks to “storm Doris” and the consequential reduction in wind generation.  As a result, electricity prices remained largely unchanged. Read More...

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