You are here:

Energy efficiency is not just low-hanging fruit; it is fruit on the ground. Stephen Chu, US Secretary of Energy

Search Results

  • Gas prices rose last week due to a tight supply following maintenance as well as being affected by an increasing carbon market and a weak UK pound. Electricity prices also increased, mainly influenced by the gas and carbon price rises. However, overall the market is still on a downward trend since October last year and is still lower than it was when it peaked in early July. Read More...
  • Gas and electricity prices continue to drop, trying to recover from the significant price increases from earlier this month. Temperatures have continued to remain above seasonal norms which have helped reduce supply demands. The volatile carbon market adds uncertainty to the direction in which the markets will go in the forthcoming weeks. Read More...
  • After last week's significant increases, this week we have seen prices recover somewhat, with gas, electricity, carbon and Brent Crude prices reducing. LNG cargoes are expected in August which will improve short term supply demand and reduce buying pressure. Read More...
  • Last week both gas and power prices increased significantly causing many suppliers to pull their prices. Due to the continued outages at the Norwegian gas processing plant, Nyhamna, gas prices increased last week due to the shortages it created in the UK. Read More...
  • Lower liquefied natural gas storage levels and an unplanned outage to the Norwegian gas processing plant, Nyhamna, has seen gas prices increase this week. However, oil and electricity prices dropped by over 3% due to signs that Sino-US trade tensions were easing, after President Trump and President Xi struck conciliatory tones at the G20 meeting. Read More...

Back to top