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  • Short-term pricing has remained flat with prices being influenced by the gas and carbon market as both oil and carbon prices fell on Friday. Brexit has been one of the major factors in driving prices up in the past few months. However, carbon prices could reduce further next week due to the speculation regarding Brexit subsiding for the time being. Read More...
  • A volatile week has seen prices vary due to fluctuating demand and wind generation levels. Prices went up due to gas powered generation, however, above seasonal weather averages helped reduce prices over the Easter Holiday period. Read More...
  • Gas prices have been volatile due to fluctuating wind power generation and temperatures trending towards below seasonal norms. Gas action has fallen in the past week, with swelling carbon prices increasing premiums for the UK calling on gas turbines for power generation. Read More...
  • Gas prices were volatile throughout last week, ending high due to a drop in Norwegian Gas flows, temperatures falling below seasonal averages across the country and Brent Crude Oil prices rising due to conflict concerns in Libya. Electricity prices started the week relatively flat and stable, however, as the week went on they rose due to the volatility in gas prices. Read More...
  • The energy market experienced the first spell of volatility we’ve seen in a while last week, with both gas and electricity suffering. This was caused by subdued wind generation, increasing demand for gas-powered electricity generation and some fluctuating concerns regarding supply storage levels versus demand, due to falling temperature forecasts for the coming weeks. Read More...

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