Chris

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    Chris

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    Chris

    There has been very little change to prices within the energy market last week. Brent Crude Oil and Coal came down due to falling demand forecasts and the news that SSE will close the 1.5 GW coal-fired Fiddler’s Ferry asset by April 2020. More
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    Chris

    This week has seen price increases for both Gas & Electricity due to carbon prices strengthening and PM May’s announcement that she will resign her position on the 7th June, spurring new sentiment over the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit. More
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    Chris

    Last week saw electricity prices increase due to a volatile carbon market and EDF Energy announcing that the Hunterston B8 reactor outage would persist until the 30 May. Gas prices have remained stable, as supply-demand levels are currently higher than the equivalent 2017/18 levels, which have offset the rising carbon prices. More
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    Chris

    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. More
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    Chris

    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. More

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